Baroka’s prodigal son Oscarine Masuluke insists he is back at the club to fix his past mistakes and help the club achieve things.
Masuluke has returned to Bakgaga after two years, following his dismissal in 2018 for misconduct.
The 27-year-old has signed a three-year contract.
“It’s a great feeling (to be back) because the way I left was not right,” Masuluke told FARPost.
“So I wanted to come back and fix my mistakes after I left. I am happy that I am back home, home is home and it won’t change. I always want to appreciate the support from the Baroka supporters who have welcomed me back with open arms. Let’s continue to support the club.”
“I see a lot of changes in the team since I left, even the training field has changed but what is more important is that I work hard regardless of what has changed since I came back.”
Masuluke adds that he is looking forward to competing for the number one position with Zimbabwean international, Elvis Chipezeze.
“Competition will always be there and it’s necessary in the team. So there must be competition in the team so that we can achieve things,” he said.
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By Ofhani Munyai