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PSL Player Forced Into Early Retirment

A previous Maritzburg United player has been constrained into retirement about 18 months since he supported a physical issue while in the shades of Cape Umoya United in the GladAfrica Championship.

Zimbabwean winger Gabriel Nyoni, who spent a season at Maritzburg, supported a Lisfranc football injury during a GladAfrica Championship game against Richards Bay FC and was hence informed that is his future is questionable. Two wires and three screws were embedded in his foot and, following quite a while of delaying, the player has affirmed to the Siya group that he has now resigned from the game.

While he has been away from football, Nyoni has started a new business to guarantee he has something to return to.

"I have resigned from football," the 29-year-old told the Siya team.

In a close to home post on Facebook, Nyoni said: "I have authoritatively Retired from football. Fourteen months of trained professional and recovery treatment hasn't yielded the normal outcome. I made an honest effort. I value all the help you gave me During my football vocation. Highlanders fans you are unique ,consistently family. Covers United fans ,you invited me like your own. Maritzburg joined you allowed me a superior opportunity throughout everyday life. Cape United you took incredible consideration of me.

"Exceptional thanks to Joseph Sibindi, Mpikelelo Sibindi, Kelvin Kaindu ,Lloyd Chitembwe, Bongani Mafu, Madinda Ndlovu, Mr Farook Kadodia, Farai Jere, Eric Tinkler, Roger De Sa, Nhlanhla Dube, Professor Ronnie Schloss."

Nyoni played his football for Highlanders and CAPS United in Zimbabwe, and afterward joined Maritzburg United in 2019. He was with the Team of Choice for a season prior to leaving for Cape Umoya.

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