Absa Premiership

Moon: I have left Sundowns

2016-04-08 08:11
Bryce Moon (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Bafana Bafana right-back Bryce Moon has revealed that he will not return to Chloorkop at the end of his loan spell with Mpumalanga Black Aces in June.

The 30-year-old failed to claim a regular starting berth at Mamelodi Sundowns since joining the league leaders from Bidvest Wits in 2014.

As such, the Brazilians agreed to loan him out firstly to Platinum Stars and later Black Aces, where he currently enjoys his football under the watchful eye of coach Mushin Ertugral.

Moon confirmed that he has given up on the league leaders, before adding that his focus is now on Amazayoni, and that he hopes to convince the club's bosses to make his stay in Mpumalanga permanent.

"No, I am not going back. I have left Sundowns," Moon told Goal website.

"I don’t have any contract with Sundowns, I have a contract with Black Aces now."

Black Aces recently reached the next round of the Nedbank Cup with a 2-0 win over Maritzburg United, and Moon believes that they could end up lifting the trophy this season, and challenging for the league title in the coming years.

Aces return to the Premiership fold with an epic midweek tie against a struggling Kaizer Chiefs side on Tuesday, April 12.

Kick-off is at 19:30.

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