Absa Premiership

Tshepe: 'I'm no longer a Leopards player'

2020-04-06 07:30
Karabo Tshepe in action for Black Leopards during
Karabo Tshepe in action for Black Leopards during an Absa Premiership clash.

Midfielder Karabo Tshepe has confirmed that he is no longer a Black Leopards player as his contract with the club was terminated.

The reported Kaizer Chiefs target has revealed that he is not aware of the reason why his contract with Lidoda Duvha was prematurely ended.

Tshepe's contract was terminated by Leopards prior to the coronavirus lockdown, and after he stopped featuring in their matchday squad in January.

"I am no longer a Black Leopards player. I know that people have been asking where I am," Tshepe told Daily Sun.

"The truth is that my contract with Leopards has been terminated and the club management have their own reasons why. I cannot tell you the reason why.

"To be honest I do not understand why my contract was terminated. But I have just taken it like a man and I have moved on with my life."

"I have been in the game for long and I understand that these things happen. I am training alone at home," he added.

"My focus now is to stay fit and get a team next season. It is tough to train alone due to the lockdown."

- TEAMtalk media

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