Pietersen returns to SuperSport

2015-06-17 11:36
Roscoe Pietersen (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Defensive utility-man Roscoe Pietersen will make a return to SuperSport United after an unsuccessful loan spell at AmaZulu.

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Having joined AmaZulu on a six-month loan deal in January, Pietersen failed to impress after making six starts and one as a substitute.

AmaZulu were automatically relegated to the National First Division after a poor season, and had an option to extend the loan agreement by a year but opted to ship back the former Chippa United player.

Agent Glyn Binkin confirmed to KickOff his client will be back in Tshwane next season.

"He is going back to SuperSport. He was on loan at AmaZulu with an option that was dependent on the club surviving," Binkin said.

"AmaZulu will not take up the option and he is now going back to SuperSport.

"We will be guided by SuperSport on what other options can be pursued for the player."

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