Absa Premiership

Segolela fails to get deal in NFD

2017-12-13 12:15
Tlou Segolela (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Orlando Pirates winger Tlou Segolela has reportedly not been offered a deal with Highlands Park, despite a recent stint training with the National First Division (NFD) side.

The 29-year-old winger has been without a club since leaving Polokwane City at the end of last season, and had joined the Lions of the North with a view to potentially earning a contract.

Segolela has also been linked with moves to Malaysia and Thailand, although it's unclear if anything will materialise before the end of this year.

Nonetheless, Highlands Park media officer Sibonelo Ngidi confirmed that the Bucs youth product had left the club after his training spell.

"Well, players do come here, train with the team and leave," Ngidi told Soccer Laduma.

"I think I last saw Tlou here last week or the week before. I haven't seen him this week. Yesterday, I didn't see him."

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