Goalkeeper Harold Ndlovu relieved after parting ways with Polokwane City

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Goalkeeper Harold Ndlovu is relieved after he was declared a free agent yesterday by the PSL Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC).

Ndlovu has parted ways with Polokwane City, following a “breach of contract” by the club. The 28-year-old, who joined Rise and Shine in July 2015, did not want to burn bridges by saying how City breached the contract he had with them, as he prefers to focus on moving on with a positive attitude.

“I’m so delighted that I got to be declared a free agent. It was not an easy road. I want to thank the Players’ Union for being there for me, for supporting me and giving me the strength to understand that some battles you can’t fight them alone. I was patient with the process, even though it was very tough,” Ndlovu tells KickOff.com.

“I just want to thank God that I will be able to play football again and start afresh with my career, because I know I still have so much to offer in South African football. I’ll be back with so much maturity and so much understanding in the dynamics of football. I want to continue being disciplined and focus on my career and also focus on my studies. I think this is God saying ‘you deserve to play football in a good environment where you will be happy’. Honestly I was not happy before, that’s why I had to move on.

He continued: “I also want to thank the PSL legal department for declaring me a free agent and for being fair to what I believe was a difficult. They were not biased. They focused on what’s true and right. I am moving forward with a positive attitude.”