Former Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder says there is a wrong perception that he is too expensive for local teams.
Lebese was released by Sundowns in September this year after spending two seasons at Chloorkop.
Speaking to MarawaTV on Thursday night, the 30-year-old said he could not have imagined that sitting at home could be so difficult.
“No one calls and what I have heard I think people have this illusion that I am asking for big money and I am expensive, but I don’t know about that,” said Lebese during the interview.
“Since being free from my side I thought it was not going to be not as hard as it is right now to find myself in the field again because now, I am sitting at home and I am training and I am hoping but nothing is coming and I am like okay, how bad can this be,” lamented the Mamelodi-born midfielder.
Lebese only made 16 appearances for the Brazilians during his two-year stay at the club and scored 2 goals.
He was loaned to SuperSport United in the second round of last season and failed to impress Matsatsantsa coach Kaitano Tembo to secure a permanent move.
By Ofhani Munyai