Aces extend Manyama stay

2016-05-19 13:25
Lebogang Manyama (Supplied)

Cape Town - Mpumalanga Black Aces have exercised the one-year option to keep midfielder Lebogang Manyama for another season.

Manyama joined Aces from SuperSport United on an initial one year loan deal at the start of the season.

The 25 year-old attacker has been sidelined since February after breaking three toes.

Aces have exercised a one-year option they had on Manyama's contract following his arrival on loan from SuperSport United at the beginning of the campaign.

"Manyama is staying, we took his option," Aces coach Muhsin Ertugral told KickOff.

"I heard there was interest from big clubs in the country and let's see how it goes. But obviously he is one of the best players we are banking on for next season."

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