Kekana: Surprising situation for former Sundowns skipper

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The midfielder famous for fabulous objectives was delivered by Masandawana in November, having shown up in 2012 from Bloemfontein Celtic

While Hlompho Kekana might be getting on in years, it's actually amazing that the previous Mamelodi Sundowns and Bafana star stays clubless.

Obviously, it's conceivable that Kekana will in any case get gobbled up in the January move window, yet it stays amazing that no PSL clubs still can't seem to sign him as he's been a free specialist for the beyond two months.

While Sundowns were available to him getting back to Chloorkop in a non-playing limit, Kekana purportedly accepts he actually has a couple more seasons left in his legs.

He was as of late connected with Royal AM, just for the KwaZulu-Natal club to give a hard-hitting proclamation that the previous Black Leopards midfielder was not on their radar.

In spite of the fact that age is against him, Kekana would definitely carry a ton to a PSL group, maybe one of the sides possibly confronting a transfer battle.

His innovative and serious play in the motor room to the side, Kekana additionally has the skill of scoring a few significant objectives, frequently objectives from nothing from long reach, which could significantly impact a striving club.

He likewise carries a positive energy to a changing area as a quintessential expert and a player without an inner self, too obviously as an abundance of involvement.

That incorporates 453 matches in the PSL, the Caf Champions League and the Club World Cup, along with a Champions League victors award, eight homegrown association titles and five significant homegrown cup victors' decorations. He's likewise addressed Bafana on 24 events.Hlompho Kekana bids farewell to Sundowns: 'Cheers to 10 years of memories'  | Sport

Kekana didn't play any counterparts for the Brazilians in the momentum season, while last season, 2020/21, he oversaw just nine appearances in the association as any semblance of Rivaldo Coetzee and Andile Jali turned into the favored decisions in focal midfield.

Before that however, Kekana was a close ever-present in the core of the Sundowns motor space for nine continuous seasons in the wake of showing up in 2012; a model of consistency.

There are various players in the PSL right now more seasoned than Kekana, who turns 37 in May.

Those players incorporate Sundowns guardians Denis Onyango and Kennedy Mweene, Maritzburg United's Clayton Daniels, Elias Pelembe (Royal AM), Tsepo Masilela (AmaZulu) and Vuyo Mere of Swallows FC.

Other people who recently played into their late 30's incorporate Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Jabulani Maluleke, Moeneeb Josephs and obviously the late John Shoes Moshoeu, who played until 41 in the PSL.

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