CAPE TOWN – Baroka FC have raided the African continent in a desperate bid to bring more consistency to the team ahead of the new PSL season, which kicks off the first weekend in August.
In the last campaign, the Limpopo Province club managed to pull off a huge surprise by winning the Telkom Knockout Cup in December last year, but also had an almighty struggle in the league.
Baroka defeated Orlando Pirates 3-2 on penalties to win the Telkom, but they only narrowly avoided any relegation trouble by finishing third-last on the PSL standings.
This season, Baroka want to change that and, as such, have made a number of foreign signings who they believe will add quality and depth to the squad.
They have now announced the capture of prized Liberian winger Terrence Tisdell, and he joins the club's other new signings which include Mozambican midfielder Manuel Kambala, Malawians Richard Mbulu and Gerald Phiri Jnr, as well as Kamohelo Mogashwa, Mfanafuthi Shozi, Sibonelo Ngubane and Khulekani Madondo.