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MBABANE – They are not here to just add numbers.

 Shiselweni-based side Nsingizini Hotspurs have boosted the team ahead of the new season, adding five new players. The new faces who also travelled with the team to South Africa last week had a brief moment with the Club President, Derrick Shiba, yesterday afternoon. Shiba had a chance to meet these players at Manzini Eclo House, opposite Manzini Club.

Topping the list of new recruits is former Moneni Pirates striker Reagan Kangumbu, who had a short spell with the Manzini-based outfit after moving from Tambankulu Callies. He joined Pirates during the second transfer window period last season. He is now expected to add some goals and pace to the Hotspurs’ attack. Another prominent name among the new faces is former Denver Sundowns midfielder Bheki Mlotsa.  Mlotsa was released alongside Langelihle Dlamini, who now trains with Manzini Wanderers, and Felizwe Vilakati, who also joined Hotspurs.


Completing the list of new signings are Illovo’s marksman Njabulo Dlamini and foreign import Simon Haaland from Cameroon. Haaland is an attacking midfielder. The team also unveiled their new assistant coach Charles Manda, who will be assisting his countryman Mike Mwase. All these faces had travelled with the team in the past week for their South Africa’s training. Hotspurs played SuperSport United and Chippa United among other teams.