Madida: Yende deal off

2014-11-14 08:03
Mthokozisi Yende (Gallo)
Cape Town - Moroka Swallows caretaker coach Fani Madida says that Mthokozisi Yende will no longer be joining the club.

The former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder was set for a move after Swallows offered him a contract, however, Madida now says that Yende wanted to change the conditions of the contract, resulting in the deal falling through.

“We had already agreed in principal that we going to sign Yende yesterday afternoon, but then later in the evening they came back with a new proposal that we couldn’t agree on,” Madida tells website.

“We never agreed on certain aspects of the personal terms, and that was the problem. We didn’t have a lot of options with the deal Swallows gave us and it was almost like a ‘take it or leave it’,” Yende’s agent Sipho Shaven said.

Shaven says they are considering different options for Yende, including a move overseas.

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