New Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Chairman Abram Sello has given some hope to the situation surrounding Oupa Manyisa with the club, which rather suggests that the midfielder may make his way back to the club.
Manyisa had signed for TTM and was released before kicking the ball under the controversial leadership of Masala Mulaudzi. He then took the case to court and was demanding he be paid a fee of R2 million as settlement.
Now that the club is under new ownership following their sale with just half a season in the top flight, a return of Manyisa to the Limpopo club may just be the solution they will opt to take to avoid forking out so much money for him while he did not play for them.
"There's nothing wrong with Oupa coming back to the team, it will depend on the outcome of the case. Remember the case may come out in different ways, settlement with no contract or settlement with contract," explained Sello.
Another player who is still in a limbo with the club is former Bidvest Wits defender Buhle Mkhwanazi who refused to play for the club because of the pay cut TTM were offering him following the sale of Wits.
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