Cape Town - Rowen Fernandez had a tough 2014/15 season at
Bidvest Wits after finding himself as second choice behind Moeneeb Josephs, but
insists that he has no plans to retire just yet.
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The ex-Kaizer Chiefs number one has been talked about as one
of the many potential exits from the Clever Boys ranks during the upcoming
The 37-year-old has claimed, however, that he hasn’t even
begun to think about where he will be playing next season.
“I don’t have many plans for the future just yet,” said
“I’m just waiting to see what will happen in the next couple
of weeks to see if they still need my services.
“At the moment I’m just enjoying my break, focusing on my
other career in Real Estate. I haven’t given it too much thought yet.”
When pushed about any interest from other clubs he insisted
that he hasn’t been contacted by anyone.
“There has been nothing at the moment. But I have plenty of
years left, the body feels good, the mind is still strong.
“I’m still enjoying the game, as long as the muscle between
the ears is strong enough I’ll keep going.”
Fernandez began his career at Wits when the club was still
called Wits University.