Absa Premiership

Pirates terminate 5 players' contracts

2017-08-15 12:05

Cape Town - Orlando Pirates have terminated five players’ contracts while opting to go against renewing Siyanda Ngubo’s deal.

"With the transfer window in full force, naturally so will be the speculations around player movements from club to club," read a statement on the club's official website.

"Orlando Pirates Football Club can confirm that it has met with the following players and their respective representatives and both parties have agreed to mutually terminate agreement.

"Maselealo Seanego, Sello Jaftha, Roger Majafa, Lindokuhle Mtshali and Donald Makondolela.

"Meanwhile, the contract of Siyanda Ngubo has come to an end and the Club has decided to not renew.

"The club would like to wish the players well in their future endeavours."

The Buccaneers will start their Premiership campaign on Saturday against Chippa United at Orlando Stadium.

Kick off is at 18:00.

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