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Santos put themselves first

2012-07-03 11:02

Johannesburg - Santos team manager Yusuf Gester insists the side have not received any offers for their star players, and says they will only do "what is best for the club".

The People's Team will play their football in the National First Division next season after slumping to a 4-3 defeat in their winner-takes-all play-off clash against Chippa United at the weekend.

Santos skipper Tyren Arendse had already voiced his concerns over a player exodus at the Athlone Stadium now that the club no longer retain their PSL status, but Gester admits they will be trying to avoid any such outcome.

"It is still very early to say which direction we will go, emotions are still very high," Gester told The Sowetan.

"If offers do come in for any player then we will look at them and decide what is best for the club."

The Mother City outfit have already seen goalkeeper Tsepo Motsoeneng and defender Warren Bishop leave for newly promoted Premiership outfit University of Pretoria, Bonginkosi Macala claims he has also left Santos, while Pere Ariweriyai is unlikely to extend his loan stay from AmaZulu.

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Comments
  • henmich.maart - 2012-07-03 13:48

    That's exactly the reason why you have been relegated-you played for yourself and not the 'people' anymore. Players

  • Malungisa - 2012-07-03 14:47

    I think Bobby can try to bring Rodgers to Naturena although he is not mature or he must bring Katlego Mashego the guy is a gud finisher he can also teach or play a big role most special to the young strikers like Majoro,Masango,and others if u bring that one don't buy any player

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