Absa Premiership

Walters bemoans Ertugral exit

2016-06-20 12:06
Shu-Aib Walters (Supplied)

Cape Town - Shu-Aib Walters has expressed his disappointment at Muhshin Ertugral's decision to join Orlando Pirates, citing the former coach as one of the reasons he joined the team.

The former Maritzburg United number one spoke of Black Aces' relocation to Cape Town and also expressed his regret at the former Kaizer Chiefs mentor leaving the club to join Pirates.

"It’s exciting times ahead I think. I am looking forward to the challenge of being part of a new club that just started now," Walters told Goal website.

"It will be interesting to see what the support is going to be like and how the people of Cape Town are going to react to the team.

"That’s quite upsetting (losing Muhshin to Pirates). I am quite upset with that.

"It is disappointing (because) one of the main reasons why I joined this team was to work with a coach like Muhsin."


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