Cape Town - Roggert Nyundu could be on his way to Norwegian
side FK Haugesund after a great season with Black Leopards in the NFD.
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The striker was deemed surplus to requirements at Polokwane
City and says that there is no chance of a return to the PSL side due to the
way he was treated but he suggests that a wide range of teams are in demand of
“There are seven clubs in total, four ABSA Premiership clubs
and three National First Division teams," he told Football411.
"Unfortunately, I can’t mention the
clubs. We just need to wait and see.
“I’m also looking at an offer from oversees so if it does
materialise I will journey out on Wednesday this week. The club is in Norway;
When asked about a possible return to his parent club
Polokwane City he was categorical on his decision against doing so.
“I don’t think it’s possible. They showed that they don’t
care. I cannot complain much, because only God knows what he is doing. I don’t
think there is a chance of me going back there,”
The striker did not, however, rule out the option of staying
on in Thohoyandou after enjoying a good season there.
“I had a great journey with Leopards even though we didn’t
get promoted. I was happy because I had a chance to prove to all of South
Africa that I can score goals. It’s just unfortunate we didn’t get promoted.
“If the offer is good, then I can move to Leopards
permanently because they showed me love.
“They showed me that they are willing to give me a chance to
play football. As footballer, you need play so that you will enjoy your