No doubt Sekhukhune are preparing for top flight

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New signing Nicholus Lukhubeni said there was no doubt about what they were preparing for. Photo: Supplied
New signing Nicholus Lukhubeni said there was no doubt about what they were preparing for. Photo: Supplied

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Babina Noko have gone about their business and have duly commenced their preseason training. The PSL is yet to officially announce them as winners of the GladAfrica Championship, two months after the season ended. They have also not been handed the trophy and R3 million winner’s cheque.

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