Arrows agree to release Mshengu


The talented but often wayward player, speaking to before leaving for Jozi, says he was granted a chance to look for a club last week.

“I don’t want to say a lot for now, but I can tell you that I left on good terms as management and the coaching staff both agreed to my request. I am going for trials at one of the Gauteng clubs, but I cannot divulge the name until more details have been finalised.”

Mshengu, who once turned out for the national Under-23’s, is best remembered for scoring a brace in the 5-2 demolition of Mamelodi Sundowns in Durban four season ago.

Meanwhile, right-back Sakhile Mhlangu tells that he hopes to finalise his new contract with Abafana Bes’thende this week. The one-time Amaglug-glug player has been training with Arrows despite being out of contract.

In other developments, goalkeeper Brenden Wardle is back at training after remaining in Durban during the club’s camp in Secunda.

He says despite still feeling pain in his ankle, he is hard at work vying for the No 1 jersey ahead of a Brazilian goalie, whose name has not yet been released, and new signee from Pirates, Thulasizwe Khuzwayo.

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