Oupa Ace Manyisa may only get to play football next season.
By @Davidnomvete | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 525 views
Ace was once the cream of the crop in his prime, dazzling mzansi with his passing range and ability to dictate the pace of the game.
Manyisa had signed for TTM after leaving Mamelodi Sundowns, but now is club less as the club and the player are embroidered in a legal war because of a wages issue.
The player hasn't kicked a ball in the new season and after the lastest postponed hearing he won't be playing any soccer this season, the Manyisa camp was sure this issue would be over and done with quickly so this issue is a dent in their plans. TTM asked for a postponement after the sale of the club, and this is a personal set back to Ace.
Manyisa is certainly regretting the decision to join TTM, and is so under the radar that he hasn't been linked with any team or a return to football by any media house. The player stands to gain R2 million should the situation go in his favor.
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