Absa Premiership

Struggling Maritzburg release trio from their contracts

2019-02-26 15:11
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Cape Town - Maritzburg United have released Bokang Tlhone, Yazid Atouba and Motsie Matima from their contracts, the club has confirmed.

The trio have not been regular starters in what has been a difficult campaign for the Team of Choice.

A statement on the Maritzburg website said: "Maritzburg United have parted ways with three first team players, the club confirmed on Monday - Yazid Atouba, Bokang Tlhone and Motsie Matima have all been released from their contracts.

"The Club would like to sincerely thank Bokang, Yazid and Motsie for their service and for the commitment they showed to the team. We wish them all the very best for the future.

"Any further player transfer news will be listed on our official website and social media channels."

The KwaZulu-Natal club are currently rooted to the foot of the Absa Premiership standings having collected 14 points from the 21 games and find themselves six points from safety.

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