Former Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder joins George Lebese has finally found himself a new club after signing for the United Soccer League Championship club Colorado Springs Switchbacks.
The midfielder has been unattached to a club for nearly four months after having his contract at Sundowns terminated by mutual consent.
The player though has kept himself fit and has bee in search of a club and his mini hiatus has been ended by Colorando Springs Switchbacks.
Switchbacks confirmed the news on Thursday, with the 30-year-old signing still to be approved by the American league ahead of their new season starting in March next year.
🚨 NEWS | Switchbacks sign South African International, George Lebese! 🇿🇦
— SwitchbacksFC (@SwitchbacksFC) December 19, 2019
‘The Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC announced today that the club has signed George Lebese, pending USL Championship and USSF approval,’ read a statement from the USL Championship side.
‘It’s a great honor and blessing to be given this opportunity to join the Switchbacks family. I can’t extend my sincere gratitude and above all, I just want to thank God for everything,’ he commented on his club’s website.
.@GeorgeLebese is a part of the Switchbacks family! 🖤💙
— SwitchbacksFC (@SwitchbacksFC) December 20, 2019
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