Football Players Turn to have more opportunities in their careers bit unfortunately in most cases some footballers turn to waste the opportunity they've been given by their respective clubs due to bad behaviour when they are outside their football spaces. Football players are professional athletes, and that means they must behave accordingly and they shouldn't participate or involve themselves in anything that can ruin the reputation of their football teams, and then go on to jeopardize their football career.
This is exactly what happened to the 21 year old Lifa Hlongwane who was playing for Maritzburg United as a striker, according to reports the youngster has not been the most disciplined player for Maritzburg United amidst allegations that he would be arriving late at the club and that off the field he was rated as a party animal, instead of behaving as a professional footballer and to protect the reputation of his football club. Due to his ill behaviour the youngster has now found himself without a club as Maritzburg United decided to fire him from the club.
It's also understood that the 21 year old striker has been warned multiple times but the club and even when he had many chances to repent he still refused to heed to every warning given to him by the club, it can also be said that Ernst Middendorp must have seen value in Hlongwane as he has featured him regularly. Instead of honouring his coach the 21 year old would allegedly embarass the dignity of the club with his partying behaviour.
I'm numerous occassions Lifa Hlongwane was also reported to have arrived late at the training ground, and in a occassions he was warned and he even ended up receiving verbal warnings but nothing seemed to have worked to pot the youngster in order as he continued with his party life style amidst warnings that were issued to him by the club. Right now Maritzburg United decided to hand the player with his clearance and the contract he had with the club was thereafter terminated in the process, as it stands he will be lucky to get another club during the January transfer window.
(Source: Soccer Laduma)
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