Leopards part ways with Zulu

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FARPost can reveal that Black Leopards and defender Pentjie Zulu have decided to amicably part ways with immediate effect.

Zulu arrived at Lidoda Duvha in 2018 from Highlands Park and quickly became a fan favourite.

He played over 70 matches in the three seasons at the club, scoring one goal.

But relations turned sour between the two parties in the early stages of the current season, which forced the 30-year-old to look for employment elsewhere.

This publication has since learnt that the player has resurfaced at Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, and will soon reunite with Dylan Kerr, who is set to be officially unveiled as the new head coach.

Still with TTM, the new owners have let go of a few technical team members and officials.

After terminating the services of head coach Joel Masutha last week, ‘Vhadau Vha Damani’ have released assistant coach, Lucky Nelukau, Physio Wisani Nemuremelane as well as CEO Tenda Masikhwa.

The club has also welcomed back Botswana international Mogakolodi Ngele at training after reaching an agreement to settle the outstanding money owed to him.

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By Ofhani Munyai

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