Lehlohonolo Majoro still frozen out at AmaZulu

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AmaZulu striker Lehlohonolo Majoro was one of the best strikers in the PSL before some of his decisions came back to haunt him, and the next 21 days will be crucial for him to save his career.

Majoro's football career hasn't been the same after he left Kaizer Chiefs in a controversial manner to join their biggest rivals Orlando Pirates in 2014, which also saw him getting into trouble with his agent at the time Tim Sukazi for signing a pre-contract behind his back.

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When he rejoined Usuthu at the beginning of the season, many thought he would regain the respect he had in the Absa Premiership during his first stint at the Durban-base side.

But things have not been good for the prodigal son, who has been sidelined by the club and is yet to find a goal for the team, which is in need of his experience more than ever as they fight for survival.

The former Orlando Pirates striker was amongst the senior players who were suspended in February but was the only one who did not return when the technical team recalled them from 'special training'.

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"Majoro is still with the club but didn't return with the other players who were suspended with him. He is still training alone under the guidance of our fitness trainers like the other players," team manager Qedi Dlamini tells KickOff.com.

"You will remember that those who came back, it was a request of the technical team. There's no specific reason on Majoro besides that we hope the technical team is still monitoring him.

"Because the technical team only recommended the other four to come back."

The 33-year-old has also played for Cape Town City and Bidvest Wits. His best season was with Amakhosi when he scored 20 goals in 59 appearances over two seasons, which earned him a Bafana Bafana call-up.

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