No bad blood between TS Galaxy and Ramagalela – Sukazi

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As FARPost reported the departure of Rodney Ramagalela last week, TS Galaxy President, Tim Sukazi has explained why the 31-year-old left the Rockets in a statement released on their socials on Tuesday.

Ramagalela and TS Galaxy decided to terminate their contract by mutual agreement.

“Rodney Ramagalela met with his management team in the past week, looking at his own situation and personal circumstances, we came in to an amicable situation to part ways. These things do happen in these type of environments. When people are unable to find each other in certain areas, they agree to part ways. It is not only Rodney. It happened with others like Wayde Jooste, Thela Ngobeni and Ryan Rae. These things do happen,” said Sukazi.

The President went on to say that the club will be pinning their hopes in front of goals in the new recruits, Chitiya Mususu and Myer Bevan. Mususu is from Zambia and was in the books of Zanaco while Bevan was in a rich vien of form for Auckland City in New Zealand last season where he scooped the Golden Boot gong.

“It is not a big issue at all. We still remain good friends. Him and I, spent hours last week talking about these kind of matters and we are on the same page,” he elaborated.

“The beauty about this club is that our worldwide network is very big. It is through those kind of networks that we manage to come through across these players. Mususu comes with great abilities. That will assist this club.

“Strikers are not easy to find worldwide. We thought we were fortunate when we came through this talent. All we need to ensure now is that this talent settles. We have to start blending it with our current club. Hopefully that will give us goals.

“Myer Bevan, pictured above, is 23 years old. He is a New Zealand international and also senior international for New Zealand. He comes with a Golden Boot award from New Zealand last season. He played 17 games and managed to score 19 goals. He also scored 12 goals in five outings for their Under-23 which took them to the Olympic Games in Japan. They have qualified. Here is a young man who can potentially make a huge difference. We couldn’t let such a talent go. We did everything possible to secure them.” Sukazi concluded.

By Mauwane Raophala

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