Player Details

Name

Kamohelo Mokotjo

Pronunciation

KAHM-oh-HEH-loh “KAHM-oh” moh-KOHT-joh

Height

5' 7"

Weight

159 lbs

Date of Birth

3.11.1991 (30)

Birthplace

Odendaalsrus, South Africa

Position

Midfielder

Position Detail

Central Midfielder

Preferred Side

Centre

Footedness

Both

Roster Category

Senior

Player Category

International
2020 MLS Regular Season
2020 MLS Regular Season

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Career Summary

 

2020 (FC Cincinnati): Made nine appearances, including six starts ... made FCC and MLS debut and recorded one minute of playing time in second-half substitute appearance at Minnesota United FC (Oct. 3) ... played 28 minutes at the Philadelphia Union (Oct. 7) ... replaced Allan Cruz in the second half ... played 45 minutes against Toronto FC (Oct. 11) ... replaced Frankie Amaya at halftime ... completed 44-of-46 passes for a 95.7% passing accuracy ... started and played 75 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Oct. 14) ... co-led the team with nine possessions gained ... was replaced by Caleb Stanko in the second half ... started and played 60 minutes against D.C. United (Oct. 18) ... completed 32-of-37 passes for an 86.5% passing accuracy ... was replaced by Siem de Jong in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes against Minnesota United FC (Oct. 24) ... led the team with five tackles and three interceptions ... started and played 80 minutes against Sporting Kansas City (Oct. 28) ... replaced by Brandon Vazquez in the second half ... started and played 82 minutes against Atlanta United FC (Nov. 1) ... replaced by Rashawn Dally in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes against Inter Miami CF (Nov. 8) ... MLS is Back Tournament: Did not make an appearance.

2019-20 (Brentford): Made 26 appearances, including 15 starts, scoring one goal and adding two assists across all competitions … started and played 45 minutes in FA Cup fourth-round match against Leicester City (Jan. 25)  .. departed the match at halftime with an injury … made 25 appearances, including 14 starts, scoring one goal and adding two assists in the Championship … made season debut as a second-half substitute in fifth match of season at Charlton (Aug. 24) … began a stretch of four consecutive substitute appearances, and 23 appearances in the next 24 matches … earned first start at Barnsley (Sept. 29) … registered first assist of campaign at Swansea (Oct. 22) … recorded a goal and an assist at Wigan (Nov. 9) …was unavailable for selection in nine matches from Jan. 28 through March 7 … returned to the bench in first match of Championship restart at Fulham (June 20) … made two substitute appearances against West Brom (June 26) and at Reading (June 30).

2018-19 (Brentford): Made 37 appearances, including 27 starts, scoring four goals and adding three assists across all competitions … started and played 78 minutes in FA Cup fifth-round match at Swansea … made two appearances, both starts, in EFL Cup … scored a goal and added an assist in first-round match at Southend United … made 34 appearances, including 24 starts, scoring three goals and adding two assists in the Championship … made season debut and played 10 minutes a second-half substitute in season opener against Rotherham (Aug. 4) … began a stretch of appearances in 14 of the first 15 matches of the season … wore the captain’s armband in 90-minute shift at Blackburn (Aug. 25) … didn’t feature in five consecutive matches from Nov. 3 through Dec. 3 … returned to action as a second-half substitute and played 20 minutes against Swansea (Dec. 8) … recorded a brace at Rotherham (Jan. 19) … on the scoresheet for a second consecutive match with an assist against Blackburn (Feb. 2) … recorded third goal of the campaign against Queens Park Rangers (March 2).

2017-18 (Brentford): Made 39 appearances, including 29 starts, scoring one goal and adding two assists across all competitions … started and played 63 minutes in FA Cup third-round match against Notts County … made three appearances, all starts, in the EFL Cup … made Brentford and Championship debut in 59-minute start in season opener at Sheffield United (Aug. 5) … began a stretch of five consecutive appearances to begin the campaign … made first substitute appearance and logged four minutes played against Bristol City (Aug. 15) … registered first Brentford assist against Leeds (Nov. 4) … scored first Brentford goal at Sunderland (Feb. 17) … recorded second assist of season against Queens Park Rangers (April 21).

2016-17 (FC Twente): Made 33 appearances, including 32 starts, scoring one goal and adding three assists in the Eredivisie … played all 90 minutes in 31 of 33 appearances … started and played 25 minutes while wearing the captain’s armband in season opener against Excelsior (Aug. 6) … left the match after suffering an injury … returned to the starting lineup and played next match at Feyenoord (Aug. 14) … scored first goal and tallied first assist of season against ADO Den Haag (Sept. 17) … missed only match of campaign against Vitesse (Sept. 25) … returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes at Heracles Almelo (Oct. 2) … began a stretch of 27 consecutive appearances to conclude the season … registered second assist of season against PEC Zwolle (Oct. 16) … made lone substitute appearance and logged 16 minutes played at Vitesse (Jan. 15) … recorded third assist of campaign at ADO Den Haag (Feb. 24).

2015-16 (FC Twente): Made 32 appearances, all starts, scoring one goal and adding four assists across all competitions … made one appearance, a start in second-round match against FC Groningen, in Dutch Cup … made 31 appearances, all starts, scoring one goal and adding four assists in the Eredivisie … started and played 90 minutes in season opener at FC Groningen (Aug. 12) … began stretch of 26 consecutive starts to open the season … recorded only goal of season against Roda JC (Sept. 27) … recorded first assist against Heracles Almelo (Jan. 15) … picked up an assist for second consecutive match at PSV Eindhoven (Jan. 24) … notched third assist of campaign against FC Groningen (Feb. 27) … registered fourth and final assist of campaign at ADO Den Haag (March 4) … consecutive matches against PEC Zwolle and AZ Alkmaar (March 12, March 20) … missed third match of season at De Graafschap (April 15).

2014-15 (FC Twente): Made 40 appearances, including 39 starts, scoring one goal and adding nine assists across all competitions … made two appearances, both starts, in Europa League Qualifying Round matches against Qarabağ Ağdam … made five appearances, all starts, in Dutch Cup matches … registered an assist in quartfinal-round match against AZ Alkmaar … made 33 appearances, including 32 starts, in Eredivisie matches … made FC Twente debut as a second-half substitute in season opener at SC Cambuur (Aug. 9) … scored lone goal of the campaign against ADO Den Haag (Aug. 16) … registered pair of assists at Heracles Almelo (Set. 21) … began a stretch of three consecutive matches with an assist … recorded assists against FC Utrecht (Sept. 28) and at AZ Alkmaar (Oct. 5) … recorded fifth assist of season against Willem II (Dec. 21) … recorded another assist against Heacles Almelo (Jan. 23) … missed only match of the year in penultimate contest of regular season against FC Doredrecht (May 10) … recorded ninth assist in season finale at Heerenveen (May 17).

2013-14 (PEC Zwolle): Made 34 appearances, all starts, scoring two goals and adding five assists across all competitions … started all six Dutch Cup matches as PEC Zwolle went on to claim the Dutch cup title … registered an assist in each of the final three matches: against JVC Cuijk, NEC Nijmegen and AFC Ajax … played 90 minutes and recorded the game-winning assist in Dutch Super Cup match against AFC Ajax … made 27 appearances, all starts, scoring two goals and adding two assists in Eredivisie matches … made PEC Zwolle debut in 90-minute shift in season-opening match against former club Feyenoord (Aug. 4) … began a stretch of 21 consecutive starts to open the season … scored first goal with PEC Zwolle at Heracles Almelo (Aug. 10) … scored a goal and added an assist at NEC Nijmegen (Aug. 17) … missed six consecutive matches with a meniscal injury … started six of the final matches to end the season … was named PEC Zwolle’s Supporter’s’ Player of the Year.

2012-13 (Feyenoord): Made one appearance in the Eredivisie … played one minute as a stoppage-time substitute against AD Den Haag (Dec. 16).

2011-12 (Feyenoord): Made 22 appearances, including seven starts, recording one assist across all competitions … made two appearances, both starts, in Dutch Cup … started second-round match against AGOVV Apeldoorn and third-round match at Go Ahead Eagles … made an appearance as a second-half substitute in season opener at SBV Excelsior (Aug. 5) … made three consecutive substitute appearances at Heracles Almelo (Aug. 21), against Heerenveen (Aug. 28) and at NAC Breda (Sept. 11) … following 11 consecutive substitute appearances, earned first start of season at VVV-Venlo (Jan. 22) … registered lone assist of season against AFC Ajax (Jan. 29).

2010-11 (Feyenoord): Made 15 appearances, including 14 starts, registering two assists across all competitions … made Feyenoord debut in appearance, a 120-minute start against Roda JC, in Dutch Cup third round … made 14 appearances including 13 starts, registering two assists in Eredivisie matches … made Eredivisie debut in 90-minute shift at NEC Nijmegen (Sept. 26) … first of five consecutive 90-minute performances … registered first Eredivisie assist at De Graafschap (Oct. 3) … recorded second assist of campaign against PSV Eindhoven (April 24).

2009-10 (Feyenoord/SBV Excelsior Rotterdam): Made 30 appearances, including 28 starts, scoring one goal and adding five assists across all competitions while on loan with SBV Excelsior Rotterdam … made one appearance, a start at NEC Nijmegen, in Dutch Cup … made 25 appearances, including 23 starts, scoring one goal and adding five assists in Eerste Divisie matches … made Dutch debut and played 45 minutes as a second-half substitute against FC Zwolle (Oct. 16) … began a stretch of six consecutive appearances … earned first stat and registered first assist in 90-minute shift at FC Emmen (Oct. 23) … recorded a pair of assists in 90-minute performance against De Graafschap … made 18 consecutive appearances, including 17 consecutive starts, to end the season … scored first professional goal at De Graafschap (Feb. 26) … registered fifth assist of campaign against FC Den Bosch (April 16) … made four appearances, all starts, in Promotion/relegation play-offs … played all 360 minutes as Excelsior advanced to the third round … named Excelsior Young Player of the Year.

2008-09 (SuperSport United): Made one appearance in the Premier Soccer League … made professional debut as a second-half substitute in match against Santos FC.

Personal: Born March 11, 1991 in Odendaalsrus, South Africa.

 

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