Mossley have signed Rochdale striker Clive Moyo-Modise on a one month loan deal from League Two side Rochdale ahead of tomorrow's home fixture against Radcliffe Borough

Clive Moyo-Modise (born September 20, 1987 in London, England) is an English-South African footballer playing for Football League Two side Rochdale. He is a striker.

Clive scored the first senior professional goal of his career against Darlington FC on the 6th October, 2006. He scored the fifth goal in a game Rochdale AFC won 5-0 at the 96.6 TFM Arena in Darlington.

In early November, Clive was called up to the South African under-21's side, but had to pull put of the squad due to a hamstring injury. Although born in England, Clive qualifies internationally for South Africa due to his parents.

Clive is an attacking player who has come through the ranks at Spotland. Still only 18 as the new season begins, he's already made the breakthrough into the first team, making his debut away at Darlington in August 2005, and he's become a regular member of the first team squad. He can be used as an out and out striker or out wide on either wing.

There are high hopes for the future of Clive, as he's proved to be a real talent both at youth and reserve team level, and he's impressed many when given a shout in the first team. His first start for the club came in a dismal home performance against Stockport where Clive's display was just about the only crumb of comfort on an otherwise dreadful day.

Clive also has the distinct honour of being a Rochdale player whose winning goal has secured a trophy for the club. It was his goal which won the Lancashire Cup for the Dale youth side against bury in May 2005. By our reckoning, that puts him in the company of nobody else.