Sept. 27, 2021


2 min read

No game time for Khutlang at Swallows

No game time for Khutlang at Swallows

Lesotho international and Swallows FC forward, Tumelo Khutlang

Story highlights

  • Swallows registered 2nd draw against Cape Town City
  • Khutlang joined ‘Dube Birds’ on two-year deal in August

Metro Radio Podcast

Catch our weekly audio broadcast every Friday only on Metro Radio Podcast News.

listen now

LESOTHO international and Swallows FC forward, Tumelo Khutlang has not yet featured in his team’s DSTV Premiership matches since joining “The Dube Birds” on a two-year deal in August.

The team has so far played five matches and is placed at number 12 with five points on the 16-team DSTV Premiership log, having won a single match, drawing twice and losing two matches.   

Swallows registered their second draw over the weekend when they held Cape Town City to a goalless draw on home soil at the Dobsonville Stadium in Soweto on Friday to collect a point. 

Khutlang joined “The Birds” from Black Leopards, where he had been playing his football since 2018.

The talented forward landed at Swallows after an impressive showing with the national team Likuena at the past COSAFA Cup held in Gqeberha, Eastern Cape in July.

His fellow Lesotho national and Lamontville Golden Arrows head coach, Lehlohonolo Seema is doing quite well at his new side.

Enjoy our daily newsletter from today

Access exclusive newsletters, along with previews of new media releases.

His charges managed a 2-2 stalemate against Amazulu on Wednesday before registering another draw against former Likuena head coach, Thabo Senong-mentored Sekhukhune United on Saturday.

Seema has so far won one match, registered three draws and lost once in the DSTV Premiership while his side is placed eighth with six points on the log.

He joined Abafana Bes'thende at the beginning of the 2021/22 season from Black Leopards.

He has also previously coached Chippa United and Bloemfontein Celtic.

Share the story