Previous SuperSport United safeguard Thabo Moloi has affirmed to the Siya group that he has been delivered by GladAfrica Championship Pretoria Callies, with the issue of the payout of his agreement up in the air.
Moloi began 12 counterparts for the club this season, however last week was informed that he will never again be important for the group going ahead.
As per the player, there were year and a half left on his agreement with Callies and he isn't certain at this stage what will occur with his payout.
Moloi, who has additionally been on the books of University of Pretoria, is a free specialist and is expecting to track down another club soon.
"I don't have any idea (what occurred). I was simply sent an end settlement on Saturday night. I'm at home at the present time," the safeguard from the Vaal told the Siya group.
Callies have had a troublesome mission in the GladAfrica Championship, as they as of now sit in thirteenth put on 16 focuses after 17 matches. They are only three focuses in front of lower part of the table side Jomo Cosmos with 13 matches left to play in the season.
The club headed out in different directions from lead trainer Joel Masutha during the primary portion of the mission and Edwin Sitayitayi was roped in as the guardian mentor.
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