MEDIA reports show that South African giants Swallows FC are likely to sign former Black Leopards forward, Tumelo Khutlang and the club will be competitive this 2021/2022 season.
Aug. 3, 2021
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Khutlang linked with Swallows
Former Black Leopards FC forward, Tumelo Khutlang (right)
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The relationship between Black Leopards and the team’s striker, Tumelo Khutlang, is part of history. The 25-year-old Lesotho international revealed that his departure followed a sequence of meetings with the management of the team over the past weeks.
Khutlang said that after some lengthy discussions, the two parties finally came to an agreement that a parting of the ways would be to the benefit of both the player and the club. He also stated that saying goodbye to the club was not an easy thing to do.
Born in Teyateyaneng (TY), Berea on October 23, 1995, Khutlang joined Lidoda Duvha in July 2018.
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He said that he had enjoyed his stay at Black Leopards over the past years. Khutlang featured in 35 games for Leopards. He had played for several amateur teams in Lesotho before joining Premier League side, Mpharane Celtic FC, in 2014.
He moved to Lioli FC the following year. After spending three years at Tse Nala, the striker crossed the border to try his luck in South Africa where he settled at Leopards. News KC