It has been reported that both Oupa Manyisa and Joseph Malongoane have been released by the rookies of the DStv Premiership Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC without playing even a single match for the club.
TTM announced earlier this year around July that they've signed Manyisa and Malongoane. However, it seems like their time within the Limpopo-based side has been short-lived. TTM did the announcement on their official Twitter account (@TTM_Original) that they've parted ways with Molongoane and Manyisa, also part of the mix is the former Chiefs striker Gustavo Paez this week.
This official statement from the Venda-based side has been questioned by the soccer fraternity, in terms of when the club will be taken seriously? As it keeps making it to the news for all the wrong reasons. Here are some few comments from Twitter:
@matshane_tshepo - "This TTM guys are drunk serious. Or is it because Chiefs is lost now they are also confused,"
@xolitshambu - "Such a big club is not !!!:
@CassiusMotena - "This team is a mockery... It's so unprofessional and does not deserve to be in the elite league."
@Ramasela_10 - "I wish they get relegated at the end of the season we don't need this mediocre in the PSL."
@MohaleRabotha12 - "The date of the statement it says 31 November 2020, mara @TTM_Original."
(Source: Twitter.com - @TTM_Original)
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