Things to be falling apart for the former Bidvest Wits attacking midfielder seems to be going some rough patch after his return from African giants Al Ahly since his days at Mamelodi Sundowns were full of unhappiness.
The speedy attacker had his spell in Egypt cut short abruptly after he was seeing little game time and he forced his way out only to make a return to Chloorkop after Pitso Mosimane recruited him.
After he join Masandawana, he Aso struggled to make an impact and command a regular starting place in the first team, Mosimane's departure worsened the matters and he had to also try forcing his way out of Chloorkop and when he finally managed to, he join Amazulu.
The South African under 23 international seems to be having trouble with Usuthu as well since he has been reported to have struck a never with Usuthu who are reportedly considering to send him back to Sundowns.
"Mahlambi is currently on loan to AmaZulu FC in Durban but the club is said to be already considering sending him back to Chloorkop," Global Sports reports.
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