SuperSport duo not in Igesund's plans

2015-07-02 11:01
Thabiso Nkoana (Supplied)
Thabiso Nkoana (Supplied)

Cape Town - SuperSport United are exploring options to ship-out Thabiso Nkoana and Bennett Chenene, as the duo are not in the plans of the club’s coach, Gordon Igesund.

A source close to developments at Matsatsantsa told Sport24 that the two players have been restricted from training with the rest of the squad as the club listens to offers for them.

“The two players have been told to train with the development side as they are not in the plans of the technical team and management is exploring a number of options to ship them out,” the source said.

Chenene was loaned out to Pretoria of University last season, but struggled for game time, while Nkoana saw better game time at Ajax Cape Town.

“Nothing has materialised yet with the two players, but they are definitely on their way out.”

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