SuperSport United CEO Stan Matthews says midfielder Sipho Mbule won't play for the club once more, adding that Mbule isn't in the right headspace and they would prefer to complete lower down the association with a bound together group than have the wantaway man in the side.
Mbule's push for a get away from Matsatsantsa has been greatly talked about as the player hoped to compel a move in the January move window, with both Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs purportedly showing interest.
In any case, in the wake of allowing Tebogo Mokoena to go to Downs, it was impossible that SuperSport would deliver another key midfielder and they hindered any move.
Mbule didn't respond well to the square and had not been in the group for quite a while. Last week, it was formally declared last week that he was suspended from preparing for affronting his partners and the instructing staff.
Presently, Matthews has uncovered in a meeting with MetroFM that Mbule could at no point ever play for the club in the future, adding that he has let himself and his partners down.
Source link: https://www.sportsclub.co.za/we-would-rather-play-without-him-matthews-unreliable-mbule-wont-play-again-1za/
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