Rhoda Mulaudzi has left Belarusian Premier League side Dinamo Minsk after her contract expired at the club.
Mulaudzi signed a one-year deal with the club after leaving Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies last year. Before moving to Dinamo, Mulaudzi helped the Pretoria-based side win the maiden Safa National Women’s League (SNWL) and won the league’s first ever Golden Boot.
She was also crowned as the Safja Women’s Footballer of the Season after her impressive displays last season.
Last season, she helped Minsk win the league title and the Belarusian Cup alongside her compatriots Lebo Ramalepe and Bambanani Mbane.
Minsk thanked the 31-year-old and wished her good fortune for the future.
“By agreement of the parties, forward Roda Mulaudzi will leave the Dynamo-BGUFK team.
“In the 2020 season, Roda took part in 10 matches, scored 7 goals and gave 3 assists. This year, the footballer played in 5 matches and scored one goal.
“Football club Dinamo-Minsk thanks Roda for her work in the women’s team and wishes her good luck in the continuation of her career.”
Bambanani Mbane recently returned to South Africa to join Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies for the 2021 season and Mulaudzi may also re-join her former club.
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