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DStv Prem newbies Magesi FC make decision on Mabiliso and Letlabika 

Newly-promoted DStv Premiership side Magesi FC has reached a decision regarding the futures of defenders Sibusiso Mabiliso and Wandisile Letlabika, who’ve been on trial with the club.

Both Mabiliso and Letlabika have been training with Magesi for over a week with the hope of securing a contract. 

Mabiliso is a free agent after amicably agreeing to part ways with AmaZulu FC in January this year. The 25-year-old had returned to the club after an unsuccessful stint at Kaizer Chiefs.

He struggled for game time under coach Pablo Franco Martin at Usuthu, making just three appearances in all competitions last season. Therefore, Mabiliso and the club’s management decided to afford him game time elsewhere. The player, though, struggled to find a club until he resurfaced at Magesi a week ago.

DStv Premiership club Magesi FC make a decision on Sibusiso Mabiliso and Wandisile Letlabika.
Wandisile Letlabika has stopped training with Magesi FC

Wandisile Letlabika is also another player who has been trying his luck at the Limpopo club. The 34-year-old spent the past four seasons at now-defunct Moroka Swallows. But the club was bought by Marumo Gallants, who were not keen on retaining the player.

WHAT DECISION DID MAGESI FC MAKE ON SIBUSISO MABILISO AND WANDILE LETLABIKA?

FARPost has gathered that both players will not be signing for the club ahead of next season. The pair reportedly failed to impress head coach Clinton Larsen during their trials at the club.

Meanwhile, former Kaizer Chiefs winger Kgaogelo Sekgota is still training with the club. The 27-year-old is reportedly edging closer to signing on the dotted line after impressing at training. The club returned for pre-season last week as they begin life in the top flight.

The club has reportedly also shown interest in signing left-back Lebohang Mabotja. Mabotja was released by Sekhukhune United after spending a season at the club. 

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