FORMER Warriors forward Terrence Mandaza has rejoined Botswana top flight league club Township Rollers.
The towering Mandaza left Rollers in 2010 for South Africa’s Absa Premiership side Platinum Stars after scoring an impressive 42 goals during the 2009-2010 Botswana Premier League season.
He remained in South Africa until 2015 turning out for Maritzburg United as well. He left Mzansi for Thailand based side Chiangmai FC after his contract expired with Maritzburg.
Speaking to Township Rollers’ official website Mandaza expressed his delight on returning to the Batswana club.
“I am honoured to be back to Township Rollers. I have learnt a lot with Rollers before, especially it’s great to be back with familiar faces here with whom I played and learnt a lot during my stay in Botswana.
“The fan support for me here has always been marvellous. I am thrilled and have returned to continue with Popa from where I left before 2010,” he said.
Mandaza has had some call-ups for the Zimbabwe national team with his first coming in 2010.
Township Rollers are in second place in the Botswana Premier League after 19 games. They are coached by former CAPS United head coach Mark Harrison.