Premier Soccer League clubs are currently in the race to sign new additions to their squads ahead of the 2022/23 season, but with new signings coming in the PSL clubs will aslo have to release players to open up the gap for the new arrivals to fill.
This who get to join the PSL sides in the off-season is lucky, but for those parting ways with their respective clubs to make room for new signings it's a bitter pill to swallow.
Stellenbosch FC recently cleaned up their squad as they released a total of seven players from their squad ahead of the new campaign.
In his debut season with Stellenbosch FC, Dimgba established himself as the club's top scorer in the 2020/21 season making him a dangerous striker and an asset for any club interested as he's now a free agent.
The club released Stanley Dimgba along with Nathan Sinkala, Sibusiso Mthethwa, Waseem Isaacs, Marc van Heerden, Granwald Scott and Robyn Johannes.
Clubs in the PSL are currently looking for strikers, especially Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates that's been recently linked with interest in many local and international goal poachers.
Stanley Dimgba and Waseem Isaacs are now two strikers available for signing as they are free agents, and what better way is there to sign new strikers than getting them for free.
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