Veteran attacker Lerato Lamola has departed his latest club after just two games with the side beset by a variety of issues that has seen them go winless so far this season.
In what would rank as one of the shortest stints at one club by a player in domestic football it can be revealed that Lamola has departed Motsepe Foundation Championship side Platinum City Rovers.
According to sources, Rovers are struggling with a myriad of financial issues as players and technical team members are owed outstanding salaries as far back as three to four months which has contributed to their current league standing.
Rovers are rock bottom of the standings with four defeats in four games.
"I'm not with the club anymore," Lamola confirmed to KickOff.
"That much is true but I cannot say anything further with regards to the matter. I played two games for the club."
The 36-year-old joined Rovers during pre-season back in July before going on to feature in two league matches before walking away.
Lamola failed to be named in the latest match-day squad for the recent defeat away to Hungry Lions this past weekend.
Lamola previously featured for Roses United, Bloemfontein Celtic, Golden Arrows and Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila throughout his time in domestic football.
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