The South African football fraternity was left disappointed, when news reached these shores that Bafana Bafana and Glasgow Rangers midfielder, Bongani Zungu was caught in breach of COVID-19 regulations in Scotland, now he could suffer even dire consequences for his irresponsible behaviour.
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Zungu was part of a cohort of 5 Rangers players who were partying late in the night. And now, his manager, Steven Gerrard who has expressed extreme repugnance on the situation has finally addressed the future of prospects of Zungu remaining a Rangers players.
The 28-year old joined the Glasgow club on season-long loan from French side Amiens in the close season with the expectation that he was to sign a permanent move for a whopping R50-Million to the Scottish run-away leaders.
However, Gerrard has shed some light on Zungu's future prospects at the club, saying that he only intends to continue working with players who have "remained professional", essentially suggesting the end of Zungu's short stay in Scotland.
"I think that would be fair to say, yes," responding to Glasgow Live to a question regarding Zungu's future.
"That will take care of itself and we'll move forward with the players who have remained professional and want to be part of a successful team. We spoke as a group and I explained the situation to them," he added.
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Gerrard indicated that the team is at an important stage of the season with fixtures coming thick and fast, therefore, they cannot afford to be derailed by players who have demonstrated unbecoming behaviour.
"We're at such an important time of the season with the fixtures coming up that we can't be worrying about it or letting our focus slide," he continued.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns Star's Rangers career has started slowly Scottish Premiership record winners, as he has only featured in 15 matches in all competitions for the team during the 2020/21 season, while contributing absolutely nothing in terms of goals and assists.
With his Rangers future seemingly over, where do you think Zungu should go, back home perhaps?
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