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31 August 2016

Earlier this evening on Deadline Day we announced the signing of defender Kgosi Ntlhe from Peterborough.

If you're unfamiliar with our new left-back, here's 10 things we've found out about him...

1) First of all, the pronunciation. Kgosi Ntlhe spelt phonetically is Kosi N'Claire!

2) Kgosi was born in Pretoria, South Africa on 21st February 1994.

3) He moved to the UK in 2005 and settled in Milton Keynes.


4) The youngster was spotted playing for local club Southside by Peterborough United scouts and signed as a scholar in 2010.

5) Kgosi signed a professional contract at London Road in May 2011.

6) In October 2011 he joined St Albans City on a month’s loan and played four games for the Saints.

7) He made his Posh debut in April 2012, coming on as a half-time substitute against Watford in an eventual 2-2 draw.

8) He represented his country five times at Under-20 level, playing in the 2012 Cape Town International Challenge against Argentina, Nigeria, Ghana and Brazil.

9) He was called up to the South African national squad for an international friendly against Brazil in June 2013, before making his international debut as a 67th minute sub in a 1-1 draw against Morocco in the following October.

10) In total Kgosi made 86 appearances for Peterborough, scoring five goals. Here’s four of them below…


The first chance to see Kgosi in action will be this Saturday's home game against Hartlepool United. This is a Category B fixture and tickets can be purchased now in-store or online at

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