Stellenbosch announce player departures the Chiefs way
The next DStv Premiership team to release players is Stellenbosch FC. The Cape Town-based team followed Kaizer Chiefs' lead on Wednesday and announced the departing players one at a time on their social media profiles.
In the meantime, Stellenbosch has now disclosed that seven of its players would not be a part of the team for the 2022–23 season.
Veteran players like captain Robyn Johannes, Granwald Scott, and Marc van Heerden have been discharged by the club, the Mgosi team previously stated.
Robyn, thank you #SFC (Stellenbosch FC) reveals that Johannes won't have his contract for the 22/23 season renewed. The club announced the news on Twitter. We'd like to thank our former Club Captain for his incredible service during his time at #SFC and we wish Robyn the best in his future.
#SFC affirms that #MVH will relocate for the 2022–2023 season. We wish Marc the best in his future pursuits and are grateful for his fantastic assistance both on and off the field.
The club is able to vouch that Granwald Scott's contract will not be extended for the 2022–2023 campaign. We want to sincerely thank Scott for his outstanding work on and off the field and wish him well in his future pursuits.
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