The PSL is regarded as one of the best leagues in the world. In Africa the PSL is rated number 1. The league has a lot of international players who are playing for different teams. Zimbabwe has the highest number of players in the PSL followed by Zambia. Botswana has a few players trading their talent in the PSL. Other countries have a few players. The interesting factor about the PSL is that there are also a few European players playing football in the league.
The former West Ham United youth player is currently a free agent, and he plans to reignite his career in South Africa in the near future. We can exclusively reveal that Ghanaian striker Sadat Bukari could be plying his trade in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) if all goes according to plan.
According to South Africa-based football agent, Josiah Mphono, several teams have already shown interest in the 27-year-old former Hearts of Lions player. However, Mphono said he was not at liberty to reveal the names of the teams he has been in talks with regarding Bukari.
Bukari, who’s also a deadball specialist, is currently a free agent having recently parted ways with Cypriot outfit Aris Limassol. The utility player plied his trade in Tunisia with Etoile du Sahel between the 2007 and 2010. He helped Etoile du Sahel win the Caf Super Cup and Caf Confederation Cup titles in 2008, before moving to Israel to join Maccabi Haifa at the start of the 2010/11 season.
In 2012, the imposing striker moved to Romania where he had a fairly impressive career at Astra Giurgiu. He scored 14 goals in 43 matches as they Giurgiu went on to win the 2013/14 league title (Copa Romaniei) and 2014 Supercopa Romaniei.
The Botswana midfielder, Kabelo Seakanyeng, could be set to jet into South Africa in the near future, with the Absa Premiership’s ‘Big Three’ all likely destinations. Chiefs, Pirates and Sundowns are his destinations when he arrives in the country.
The 23-year-old, who is currently playing for Gaborone United, is looking to make the next move in his career after making the switch from Botswana Defence Force earlier this year. He has impressed all spheres of Botswanan football and South African scouts in the local league.
According to our sources, Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns are all potential options for a trial in South Africa in the coming months, while Platinum Stars and Bloemfontein Celtic are also keen to bring him along. Definitely the youngster will be playing his football in South Africa in future.
Prince Rakgomo, client service manager at The Gent Sports, confirmed the news to our source, saying, “Kabelo Seakanyeng of Gaborone United in Botswana will be coming down to South Africa to train with one of the top three, but Bloemfontein Celtic and Platinum Stars are also in the running.”
We will continue to monitor his situation and all his performances in the Botswana football. The youngster is going places according to those who had a glimpse of him showcasing his talent on the field of play.
Botswana is known to produce a lot of top quality players who also made names for themselves in the PSL. The likes of Mokgakolodi Ngele, Gabonamong, and many more talented players who played regular football in South African teams.
The youngster’s move to the PSL will also provide other youngster with a chance to be looked at while playing for their teams in Botswana. Most importantly the national team will also benefit by having top quality players to participate and match their opponents during tournaments and major qualifications.
The two internationals will add value to the PSL as they are regarded as best players in their respective countries. They are also part of their national teams which proves how talented and experienced they are as football players. Teams that will sign them will have advantages over their opponents in the PSL.