Men’s First Team

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Kick4Life FC Squad

Goalkeepers

Mokhanya Mokhanya

Mokhanya Mokhanya

Jessy Matsie

Jessy Matsie

Sele Thetsane

Sele Thetsane

Sele Thetsane is a very talented young goalkeeper. He has featured for Lesotho under 20's and starred for premier league giants Matlama for the last few years. Last season he went on loan to LCS where he played an important part in their improved second round performances.

Defenders

Monne Pitso
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Monne Pitso

Pitso is an exciting young right back who likes to get forward and get crosses in. He has joined the club for the 2014/15 season from premier league giants Lioli, where he has been a regular starter since breaking through from their development side. Also attends Kick4Life IT classes.

Thabo Mphosi

Thabo Mphosi

Moruti Thamahane
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Moruti Thamahane

Moruti has been an invaluable member of the squad since joining from Rovers before the 2012/13 season. Voted player of the season and player’s player of the season in 2013/14 Moruti capped a superb season by scoring twice in the win against Mountain Shades which secured the club’s promotion to the Premier League.

Tsepang Bulane

Tsepang Bulane

Mukete Mboh

Mukete Mboh

Ramatsoso Mopeli
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Ramatsoso Mopeli

Mopeli is a very popular member of the squad and is the current club captain. An inspirational leader who leads by example, both on and off the pitch, Mopeli is a strong advocate of the club’s mission to change the lives of young people in Lesotho.

Sorel Ossala-Okoko

Sorel Ossala-Okoko

Chido Shoniwa

Chido Shoniwa

Teboho ‘Masinga’ Monare
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Teboho ‘Masinga’ Monare

Masinga played an important part in the 2013/14 promotion success, with his no-nonsense performances in an unfamiliar left-back role. His strong tackling and never die attitude to every game has made him a popular member of the squad. He currently attends Kick4Life IT classes.

Midfielders

Tseliso Ramafikeng
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Tseliso Ramafikeng

Tseliso, a Lesotho under 20 international, is an intelligent midfielder who likes to get on the ball and pass it. The young player, who was part of the squad for the COSAFA under 20’s championship in December held in Lesotho, spends a lot of his free time playing football with local youth at Kick4Life, while also studying marketing at university.

Tsepo Nqetho (on loan to Sky Battalion)

Tsepo Nqetho (on loan to Sky Battalion)

Fidela Ntoya-Malonga

Fidela Ntoya-Malonga

Thabo Masualle

Thabo Masualle

Kamohelo Thulo

Kamohelo Thulo

Bokang Mothoana

Bokang Mothoana

Motlatsi Boseka (on loan to Majantja)

Motlatsi Boseka (on loan to Majantja)

Mokoteli Mohapi

Mokoteli Mohapi

Sefuli Ntoi

Sefuli Ntoi

Lebohang Pitso

Lebohang Pitso

Kamohelo ‘Lecom’ Makateng
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Kamohelo ‘Lecom’ Makateng

Lecom has been a part of Kick4Life and the football team since a young age. A tricky winger, he is a popular role model with youth in Lesotho and is an experienced health education & life-skills coach.

Forwards

Motlalepula Chabeli
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Motlalepula Chabeli

The striker joined Kick4Life on loan from Premier League giants, Matlama in January 2014. He went on to score seven goals in eleven games as he helped Kick4Life gain promotion to the Premier League that season. As a 17 year-old he scored in the African Champions League, for Matlama against South African giants Supersport. Chabeli joined Kick4Life on a permanent transfer ahead of the 2014/15 season. He currently attends Kick4Life IT classes and is an assistant football coach.

Morapeli Lesoetsa
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Morapeli Lesoetsa

Morapeli joined at the start of the 2013/14 season, from Killers, in the B-division. The 18 year old striker has gone from strength to strength in his first season at the club and his promising displays won him a place in the Lesotho Under-20’s squad for the COSAFA championships, where he scored a goal against Mauritius. He scored five goals in the second half of the season and also netted a vital goal for Lesotho Under-20’s in their CAF youth championship qualifier against Swaziland.

Monaheng Mokitimi (on loan to Rovers)

Monaheng Mokitimi (on loan to Rovers)

Common joined at the start of the 2013/14 season on loan from Butha-Buthe Warriors and found himself an important member of the Kick4Life squad in his first season. Despite being restricted mainly to substitute appearances he scored vital goals in the league, Top 8 and Champions of Champions match to establish himself as a member of the squad.

Tseliso Sejake

Tseliso Sejake

Thabiso Brown

Thabiso Brown

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Leslie Notsi

Head Coach: Leslie Notsi

Director of Football: Chris Bullock
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Director of Football: Chris Bullock

Chris ‘Bully’ Bullock joined a Kick4Life All Stars Tour to Lesotho in 2009 and has been an important part of the organization ever since, fundraising in the UK before moving to Lesotho to become Director of Football in 2013 and overseeing the 2013/14 promotion to the Premier League.

Assistant Coach: Elizabeth Yelimala
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Assistant Coach: Elizabeth Yelimala

Goalkeeping Coach: Robert Mojakhomo

Goalkeeping Coach: Robert Mojakhomo

Team Manager: Kabelo Salomane

Team Manager: Kabelo Salomane

League Table

PWDLFAGDPts
1Bantu26195250133762
2Lioli26193449113860
3LCS26138538211747
4Kick4Life26136742281445
5Sky Battalion2612593327641
6LDF2610972824436
7LMPS2681262320336
8Matlama26911635221335
9Sandawana2671092529-431
10Liphakoe2677122233-1128
11Linare2669113538-327
12Likhopo2638152038-1817
13Rovers2638152251-2917
14Butha-Buthe Warriors2613221888-706

Fixtures

Fixtures for next season TBC

Kick4Life Top Scorers

Brown
17
Lesoetsa
9
Masoabi, Tale
5

Our Teams' History

Find out more about the history of our teams and see how Kick4Life F.C. has progressed since 2008.

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