TS Galaxy’s recruit veteran defender Vuyo Mere has expressed his delight after joining the club ahead of the second half of the campaign.
Mere, who will be turning 38 in March, says he is aiming to use his experience to help the club to secure a good spot when the season resumes in February.
The well-traveled defender, who had left Swallows FC earlier this week, was unveiled on Friday, after he has penned down an 18-month contract with the Rockets.
Mere says he is looking forward to contributing to the success of the team going forward and making sure the club performs in the remaining matches.
“I’m very delighted to have joined a young and ambitious team in TS Galaxy FC as they look at improving their position in the league,” Mere told club’s media department.
“I’m aligning my goals with the team’s objectives, TS Galaxy FC wants to achieve better, and I’m excited to contribute to the success of this young and exciting club.
“TS Galaxy FC goals and mine are the same. TS Galaxy FC is the new kid on the block, but already the club has a rich history and I want to be part of that.
“This is a great team with a great chairman. I want to write my name in the history books of TS Galaxy FC. Consistency is going to be the key in the second round of the season.
“We have 13 cup finals to play. The team showed major refinements in the later stage of the first-round matches. I want to contribute to turning things around with my experience.”
TS Galaxy currently sit at the bottom of the PSL table with 13 points, but just one behind Swallows in the relegation playoff spot.