Ntseki names 25-man squad for Sao Tome

26 November 2020 – Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki has named his 25-man squad to play Sao Tome in back-to-back Cameroon 2022 AFCON qualifiers. The first match will be played in Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium on 13 November 2020 (kick-off 19h00) while the away match will take place three days later (16 November 2020) and kicks off at 17h00 SA time.

Veteran goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune makes a welcome return to the senior men’s national team after recovering from a long lay-off.

Maritzburg United’s enterprising defender Rushine de Reuck has been rewarded for his sterling early season form with a call-up.

Also back in the squad are veteran midfielders Bongani Zungu who has just signed for Scottish giants, Glasgow Rangers as well as FC Cincinnati (USA)’s Kamohelo Mokotjo and Carlisle United’s Dean Furman.

Upfront, Ntseki has added Supersport United’s Bradley Grobler and Thabiso Kutumela of Maritzburg United to the seasoned duo of Percy Tau and Kermit Erasmus.

Ntseki said in naming this team, he had looked at players with the right attitude and who are self-motivated and ready to deliver the goods.

‘’The back-to-back Sao Tome games are crucial in our quest to qualify for Cameroon AFCON tournament and I am confident that this blend of youth and experience will do the job,” said Ntseki.

Bafana Bafana’s locally based players will assemble on 8 November and fly straight to Durban on the same day. The overseas players will fly directly from their respective bases to Durban to join the rest of the squad.

The team will conduct the first training session the following day on 9 November and play Sao Tome on 13 November. They then depart for Sao Tome on 14 November on a charter flight and return to South Africa on 16 November, soon after playing the return game.


1.Darren KEET  Oud – Haverlee  Leuven FC (Belgium)
2.Ronwen WILLIAMS Supersport United FC (SA)
3.Itumeleng KHUNEKaizer Chiefs FC (SA)
4.Thibang  PHETE OS Belenenses SAD (Portugal)
5.Motjeka  MADISHA Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
6.Thulani  HLATSHWAYO Orlando Pirates  FC (SA)
7.Lyle LAKAYMamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
8.Innocent MAELA Orlando Pirates FC (SA)
9.Rushine de REUCKMaritzburg United  FC (SA)
10.Abubaker MOBARA Cape Town City FC (SA)
11.Reeve FROSLER Kaizer Chiefs FC (SA)
12.Andile JALI Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
13.Themba ZWANE   Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
14.Thulani SEREROAl Jazira FC (Abu Dhabi)
15.Teboho MOKOENA   Supersport United  FC (SA)
16.Bongani  ZUNGURangers FC  (Scotland)
17.Keagan DOLLY Montpellier FC (France)
18.Percy TAU  R.S.C. Anderlecht (Belgium)
19.Lebohang MANYAMA Kaizer Chiefs  FC (SA)
20. Kamohelo MOKOTJO FC Cincinnati (USA)
21Luther SINGH Braga FC (Portugal)
22Dean FURMAN Carlisle United  FC (England)
23.Kermit  ERASMUS Mamelodi Sundowns FC (SA)
24.Bradley GROBLER  Supersport United (SA)
25.Thabiso KUTUMELA  Maritzburg United FC (SA)


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