Cape Town - Mpumalanga Black Aces winger, Abia Nale, is
weighing up his options after he was put on the transfer list following the appointment
of Muhsin Ertugral.
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The former Kaizer Chiefs player told Sport24 that he still has a year to go on his contract with Aces
and will wait to hear what the club propose as the best way forward.
“I still have a year left on my contract with the club and
we are going to meet to find a way forward,” Nale said.
“I’m not in a rush to make a decision, but the plan is to
continue playing football.”
The winger said he is not disappointed that the club has
decided to release him.
“Football is my job and if things do not work out with Aces
will have to look for other options,” said the winger.
Nale spent time in the youth ranks of Orlando Pirates and
began his professional career for Manning Rangers.
He made his big break at Golden Arrows before being snapped
up by the Amakhosi in 2009.