Mkhanyiseli Siwahla still harbours dreams of returning to the Premier Soccer League to play for Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs.
The 31-year-old former Ajax Cape Town youth played for the Urban
Warriors in the PSL, as well as Bloemfontein Celtic, Chippa United and
Mpumalanga Black Aces before heading to Europe in 2017.
A short spell in Poland with KS Proch Pionki was followed by time
with Partizan Bardejov in Slovakia ahead of his return to Pionki, where
his contract expires in June.
Speaking to the Daily Sun, Siwahla said: "Chiefs are my dream team.
Even when I was still playing for Ajax, I knew my next step was to play
"That dream will end when I stop playing football. The more I keep
playing here, the more I see myself playing for Chiefs, winning
trophies. That is my dream team."
"I realise that my family's dream of seeing me playing for Chiefs
might not happen because of what happened in my life,” he added as he
reflected on earlier mistakes in his career.
Siwahla concluded that is more likely he will find another European, or an Asian club.
"So, I need to get a club around Europe and maybe Asia. I will see what God has for me."
- TEAMtalk media