Oupa Manyisa is still far from resolving his issue with Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila as the team signed the player but he has not featured.
It seems both the team and Manyisa did not see eye to eye after the former Orlando Pirates players signed a contract at the beginning of the season. Manyisa and his agent have claimed ‘unfair treatment’ from the club and they have decided to take the legal route.
"That's the challenge I guess, not knowing how it will end because we are talking about a player who is contracted to the club, and they have never said, 'We are offering you a clearance and here is what we owe him,” Nkomo said in January.
Manyisa is reportedly owed close to R2 million as he signed a 2-year contract with the option to renew. After taking the matter to the PSL it looks as though a solution will be reached in a week or so.
“It was postponed to next week. We are just now waiting for the PSL to issue an order. It’s no longer about a matter of a case being argued, so we are meeting for the order to be issued and then it will be done,” his representative Tshepo Mabona told SoccerLaduma.com.
“They (TTM) never filed opposing papers from the beginning. It’s too late to file opposing papers now. They should have done their due diligence. You know the matter was not defended; therefore, you are going to be liable.
So, that is where it is. He wants to play and the sooner we resolve this, the better. Even the clubs that are interested have been asking what is going on, but the matter has been dragging. But at least it is going to be finalized and he can start playing football again. There’s two clubs that are serious.”
Many may ask if the 32 years old midfielder is effective enough to still play at the highest level and who would want to sign him after he settles his issues with TTM.
Manyisa played 225 matches for Orlando Pirates scoring 24 goals and assisting a further 17 goals. He then suffered a horrific injury before joining Mamelodi Sundowns where he went on to feature in 47 matches scoring 1 goal and assisting 2 more.
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