As reported by FARPost.co.za last week, Baroka have confirmed the departure of Liberian international forward Terrence Tisdell.
Tisdell joined Bakgaga in July after being recommended by coach Wedson Nyirenda as a replacement for Talent Chawapiwa, who departed for AmaZulu in January.
But the 21-year-old failed to impress at the club prompting the management to terminate his two-year contract just 5 months after signing.
Baroka coach Wedson Nyirenda did not want to give details on why the player was let go but wished the left winger all the best in his future endeavors.
“I can’t comment much, all I can say is that I have loved working with Terrence because he is a good player, very strong and maybe it hasn’t worked for him – he doesn’t like the space maybe or it hasn’t worked for the club either way so I can’t comment much.”
Nyirenda has described the player as a son to him.
“What I can say is that we will miss him because he is a good player, he is a good friend, he is a good son to me and I wish him the best where ever he is going.”
Tisdell was not at training with the Baroka team on Tuesday ahead of their Absa Premiership match against Golden Arrows on Wednesday as he is arranging his travel documents.
He is expected to be heading back to Portugal where he was playing for second division side Sanjoanense before coming to South Africa.
By Ofhani Munyai