Mochudi Centre Chiefs forward Pontsho Moloi has retired from football in style after getting the beMOBILE premier league championship gold medal. This followed Chiefs’ snatching of the championship on the last game of the season ahead of Township Rollers and Orapa United. Moloi has been hailed by many in the local football fraternity as a legend and a leader who played tirelessly all his career. Moloi has been identified as a true professional by chiefs’ spokesperson Clifford Mogomotsi. The impeccable player will be remembered for his hard working and fancy footwork on the ball. He joined Centre Chiefs from Notwane about a decade ago.
During his playing career Moloi made a remarkable contribution to the national team, The Zebras. He was a member of the team that represented the country at the maiden AFCON Cup appearance. Throughout his career ‘Harry Porter’, as he is affectionally known, has won five championships. Moloi has thanked all those who have helped him in his football career, in particular veteran coach Paul Moyo who gave him the opportunity to express himself at Notwane. The talented player doubled as a forward and midfielder. Mogomotsi said though they will miss Moloi at the team, there many upcoming youngsters who will replace him on the pitch. He said the management will meet to discuss his future at the team following his retirement.