Aaron Mokoena Biography, Profile, Age, Wife, Nationality, Career & Team

Teboho Aaron Mokoena (born 25th November 1980, Boipatong) is a South African football player. It is worth mentioning that he served as assistant manager of the National Team. He is also Bafana Bafana’s all-time most capped player.


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Aaron Mokoena Biography
Aaron Mokoena, captain of the Bafana Bafana.
NameTeboho Aaron Mokoena
Age39 years
NationalitySouth Africa
SpouseJwalane Mokoena
TeamSouth African National Team
Date of Birth25 November 1980
Place of birthBoipatong


His date of birth is on 25 November 1980 and was born in Biopatong. As of 2019, Teboho Aaron Mokoena is 39 years old.

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In 2010, Teboho and his wife, Jwalane Mokoena were joined together in holy matrimony.


He started his professional European football career at Bayern Leverkusen and Ajax. During his football days at Ajax, Mokoena went on loan to Germinal Beerschot and later KRC Genk.

He transferred to Blackburn on 4 January 2005 and described it as ” a dream career move”.

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On 8 January 2005, Mokoena made his first performance for Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup against Cardiff. He was substituted for Barry Ferguson on the 43rd minutes into the match.

He played the holding midfielder position as a Blackburn player and appeared 101 times.

Mokoena announced his intention to join the Premier League outfit Portsmouth on a 3-year-deal on 24th May 2009. He made 77 total appearances and scored 2 goals.

On 12 January 2010, he scored a last-minute goal against Coventry City at the Ricoh Arena in the FA Cup 3rd round replay.

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On 12 July 2012, he ended his contract with Pompey, before that he completed his move from Portsmouth to Bidvest Wits, South African club on 11th July 2012.

Mokoena has represented his country and has featured in the South African National team and Under-23.

He appeared 107 times for the South African national team for 11 years after playing from 1999-2010.


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