Absa Premiership

Dladla now a free agent

2015-05-28 08:36
Kaizer Chiefs have parted ways with midfielder Josta Dladla. PHOTO: gallo images

ABSA Premiership champions Kai-zer Chiefs have parted ways with midfielder Josta Dladla, it was announced on Tuesday.

Dladla, who has played for Kaizer Chiefs for the last six-and-a-half years as well as spending three seasons in Denmark and playing for Wits and Sundowns, is now a free agent and available to sign with any football club.

“I am in great shape. I have been training and feeling better than I have ever felt in a long time and I am looking forward to playing football and passing on some of the experience I have to the youngsters.

“My legs can still go and I feel like I want to keep on going. I have spent nearly seven years at Kaizer Chiefs and I feel like it’s time for a new challenge. It was an honour to play for such a great team and I cherish the memories that I have. I thank the chairperson, the club and fans for the unbelievable support that they have given me over the years and now it’s time to move on,” said Dladla.

Dladla’s agent, Kapeluschnik, said: “Josta is amazing. He feels strong and we are looking at various options. He just wants to play football.” — SuperSport


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