Cape Town City have parted ways with former Dutch youth international, Chris David.
Davids became a ‘Citizen’ in February 2019 after signing a two-and-half year deal, but has now been “retrenched” as confirmed by City boss, John Comitis, on Marawa Sports Worldwide on Tuesday night.
It comes as no surprise, though.
This season, the 27-year-old has featured in just 9 matches scoring one goal and for a player who once had a brief stint with Fulham in the English Premiership, David’s contribution has been brought into question.
When he arrived just over a year ago, he was expected to play a big role, but former City coach Benni McCarthy questioned the player’s attitude, amongst others, when he was sacked late last year.
In all, David played 19 matches for the Cape side, netting two goals.
Meanwhile, City are also expected to part ways with goalkeeper, Sage Stephens.
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