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Sekhukhune United sign two more player

Charlton Mashumba

DStv Premiership newcomers Sekhukhune United have further strengthened their squad by confirming two more signings ahead of the 2021-22 DStv Premiership season.

The newly-promoted side has confirmed that they have captured the services of Charlton Mashumba and Edwin Gyimah taking their incoming players tally to 11.

Mashumba and Gyimah now join the likes of Thabo Rakhale, Tshediso Patjie, Kamohelo Sithole, Tumelo Matona, Seun Ledwaba, Vusimuzi Mncube, Nicholus Lukhubeni and Ryan de Jongh, who have all been unveiled by United ahead of the new campaign.

Mashumba has now joined the club joins after spending three years at Polokwane City, while Gyimah arrives at United after parting ways with Black Leopards.

Sekhukhune have released the following statement on the new additions to their squad:

Sekhukhune United Football Club are delighted to announce the signings of Charlton Mashumba and Edwin Gyimah from Polokwane City and Black Leopards, respectively.

Charlton Mashumba (29) first played as a teenager for Blue Ribbon in Zimbabwe before joining South African National First Division side Blackburn Rovers. He also played for Jomo Cosmos, Highlands Park, USM Alger in Algeria and Polokwane City. He managed to help Jomo Cosmos to get promotion to the elite league in 2014/15 season through PSL play-offs in which he scored 17 goals.

Edwin Gyimah (30) has spent most of the last decade playing in South Africa for SuperSport United, Mpumalanga Black Aces, Orlando Pirates, Bidvest and Black Leopards. The former Ghanaian international has also played for Helsingborgs IF in Sweden. He was part of the Ghana national team in the 31st edition of the Africa Cup of Nations hosted by Gabon in 2017.

Gyimah said: "that he is excited to be part of Babina Noko’s family. However, he is going to work hard to maintain the good name of the team (Club).”

Mashumba revealed that he is looking forward to the exciting season ahead. He will do his best to ensure that Babina Noko stays where it belongs.

Sekhukhune United FC would like to welcome Gyimah and Mashumba to the Babina Noko family.