Mabalane mum on his future

2015-06-05 08:18
Dikgang Mabalane (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Dikgang Mabalane refused to reveal whether he will remain with Moroka Swallows following the clubs relegation.

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According to KickOff, Mabalane admits that being relegated with the club is still fresh and certainly not thinking about his future during this time.

“Right now I can't comment on anything because everything is still fresh and we still sit on it and I will talk with my manager about that,” Mabalane says.

“It is not easy for me to comment about it, whether I will want to go down with the team or not. I will comment on that whenever I'm ready to do so. Right now I'm not thinking about that.”

The 35-year-old is facing a difficult prospect if he were to stay with the Sowetan club as the NFD has a rule of demanding clubs to field at least five under-23 players every match.

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