Kobamelo Kebaikanye

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  • BotswanaCountry
  • 27/08/1991Born
  • Left WingPosition
  • 167 cmHeight
  • 56 KgWeight
  • SmallJersey
  • 7Shoe (UK)

Previous Clubs

Molepolole New Town Highlanders (2009-2010), Township Rollers (2010 till date)

Out on Loan

To BDF XI

Profile

Kobamelo Swere Kebaikanye has earned a reputation of one of the most feared wingers in Botswana Premier League owing to his brisk movements on the flanks, and boasting laudable athleticism, blessed with blistering acceleration over short and long distances. It is obvious why he is so highly regarded by his fellow teammates at Rollers.

All the way from Seherelela, in the Kweneng District, Swere developed a liking for football at an adolescent age of 14 years while schooling. The left footed midfielder starred and gained recognition while playing for his school team when facing school teams at Kanye, Tsabong and Gaborone. To the surprise of his family and relatives, he then chose for a footballing career. This never-tiring midfielder acquired a wealth of skills from playing continuously at his home village’s football ground against his competitive friends. He always seeks inspiration from his brother, who always guides, assists and motivates him in all ups and downs.

As a junior, Kebaikanye played for the Under-17 National Team in 2008. He marked a spectacular presence by winning a Silver medal at the COSAFA Under-17 Championships. Owing to his great performance in the field of play at a National stage, Molepolole New Town Highlanders recruited him on a yearly contract in 2009. He once again featured in the National team Under-20 in 2010 during his stay at Highlanders.

In 2010, Rollers signed him after his remarkable performance at his previous club, and Swere remarkably showed his presence in Rollers by helping Popa win the double-Premier League and Coca Cola Cup that season.
Jersey number 3 poised a big threat over the opponents from the wings in the 2013-14 season, where he plotted 3 magnificent goals in the Premier League, and was the sole player in Popa to provide the most number of assists.

A versatile and technically gifted left winger, who comfortably operates as an attacking midfielder from the flanks, can also perform a deeper role by briskly penetrating into the oppositions box causing threat and has developed a penchant of scoring spectacular goals.

11 Comments

  1. Bots futbal wthout u is uselss….,u a mi hero.I wish u al de best in lyf…May God’s mercy speak 4 u nd also May His light alwayz shw u de way…..!!!!!

  2. Keep the good work, u have grown so trendmously, and I love ur speedy…u one of the best in dis country..

  3. mr president………..miss to c u playing

  4. We salute you sir. You growth and commitment renews our love for the game of football. Hard work never fails sir. Keep it up. God is there for you.

  5. wi thank God 4 his grace upon u….i remember those moments when u were @ Highlanders…….u ar burnin lyk fire dear

    • sho melaity keep that pace speed power up neh.

  6. Talente ee makatsang e le ruri!

  7. You are so briliant swere, you have pace we like but sometimes I miss those beutiful croses and dangerous shorts on target I used to see at highlanders, these time around you can do everything right but with less scoring oppotunities. I do belive you and coach are working hard for success, every time when I see you I see you playing at S/A……………….. Keep on terrorizing your opponents sir,may GOD bless you.

  8. this boy help mi team win the league @ highlanders fc, fa rene re ribolotse the best, he is not lucky for not representing his country, wish u the best boy, (highlanders supporter)

  9. being loaned to BDF really bothered me but im still behind ur perfomance u really make a game of football.

  10. I RILY ENJOY AND LOVE HOW YOU PLAY SWERE . KEEP IT UP MY BROTHER. I WIL ALWAYS SUPPORTING YOU .

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