Sekhukhune United F.C.

Letsoalo, Morris, and Ntiya-Ntiya joins Babina Noko

Sekhukhune United Football Club is delighted to announce the latest additions to the team.

Tashreeq Morris
Siphosakhe Ntiya -Ntiya
Victor Letsoalo

Tashreeq Morris 28 (Forward). Born on 13 May 1994 in Cape Town. He started his football career with Ajax Cape Town Youth Academy in Ikamva from amateur club Juventus FC. He represented the Urban Warriors in a number of youth tournaments and was part of the winning squads during the Metropolitan Under-19 Premier Cup and the Copa Amsterdam held in 2013. Morris was promoted to the first-team of Ajax Cape Town (currently known as Cape Town Spurs) during the preparation for the 2013/14 Premier Soccer League (PSL) season.

He made his league debut as a substitute against Kaizer Chiefs on 5 November 2013 and scored a winning goal in 1–0 victory.

Morris Joined Cape Town City FC in 2019 and made 20 league appearances in the 2021/22 PSL campaign. He was also part of the South Africa National Olympic team that has participated in 2016 Olympics games held in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

Ntiya -Ntiya 25 (left back). He was born on 6 October 1996 in Bizana, Eastern Cape. He joins Babina Noko from Kaizer Chiefs. Ntiya Ntiya started his football career in mid 2000s with Durban based team, Barsenal. He joined Kaizer Chiefs development team in 2016 and made his debut for the club in January 2018.

Victor Letsoalo 29 (Forward). He was born on 1 April 1993. He joins Babina Noko from Royal AM FC. Letsoalo started his career with Baroka FC in 2017 before joining Bloemfontein Celtic. Letsoalo had a stellar 2021/22 season with “Thwihli Thwahla” as he scored 16 goals, a tally only bettered by Mamelodi Sundowns Peter Shalulile.

He made his debut for South Africa national soccer team on 13 July 2021 in a 2021 COSAFA Cup game against Lesotho and scored a hat-trick in a 4–0 victory, becoming the first Bafana Bafana player to score three times on his national team debut.

Sekhukhune United Football Club welcomes Morris, Ntiya -Ntiya and Letsoalo to the Babina Noko family.



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