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18:57 GMT 26/02/2020
The Belarusian champions have completed the signing of the 29-year-old from South African side Bloemfontein Celtic
Belarusian champions Minsk have secured the services of South Africa defender Bambanani Mbane on a one-year deal.
Mbane completed her transfer to the Belarusian giants from South African side Bloemfontein Celtic after a successful medical and agreeing to personal terms with Volodymyr Reva’s team this week.
Having sealed her move, the 29-year-old became the third South African to join the Belarusian Women’s Premier League club after the duo of Rachel Sebati and Letago Madiba last season.
Congratulations @Banyana_Banyana defender Bambanani Mbane, signed a 1 year deal with Belarus side @fcdinamominskby following in the footsteps of @jermaine109 @MaserameLinda @Kgatlanathe1st who are in Spain, Sweden & Portugal respectively @BafanaBafana @SAFA_net @COSAFAMEDIA pic.twitter.com/bKomofoGtt
— Banyana_Banyana (@Banyana_Banyana) February 26, 2020
Her signing will improve the ranks of the Blues and Whites as they bid to extend their domestic dominance in Belarus and excel in Women’s Champions League campaign later this year.
She becomes the sixth South African to move to Europe since the country’s Women’s World Cup debut in France after Ode Fulutudilu, Refiloe Jane, Jermaine Seoposenwe, Linda Motlhalo and Thembi Kgatlana.
Mbane will hope to make her competitive debut when Minsk face Isloch-RGUOR in the Belarusian Women’s Super Cup on March 22.