Mpumalanga Black Aces are yet to decide on the three veterans on trial at the
SuperSport United duo Rowen Fernandez and Sibusiso Zuma together with Zambian international forward Collins Mbesuma have been training with Amazayoni
in the current off-season period.
was released by Orlando Pirates at the end of last season following his lack of
contribution at the club, having spent the most part of the
campaign on the sidelines.
spokesperson Gordon Masondo confirmed to Sport24 in an exclusive interview on
Wednesday that the trio are working hard at training, but it’s up to their head
coach, Clive Barker, and his technical team to decide whether the experienced
players get a permanent place in the club or not.
is going up to plan so far,” Masondo said.
haven’t made any new signing yet.
the club is still assessing the three players on trials.
Zuma, Rowen Fernandez and Collins Mbesuma are training with us at the moment.
we are still waiting to hear from the coach if they will be given a contract or
technical team will decide after next week.
the way I see it, those players are really working hard and I think they still
run like teenagers.
I ask myself where they get their energy from.” He added
Zuma and Fernandez were released by Matsatsantsa on free transfers last month.