According to Soccerladuma, A little while after Amiens mentor Philippe Hinschberger made cases that Bongani Zungu was overweight, the player, talking solely to Soccer Laduma, has hit back and clarified that he needs to leave the French club!
“My family knows that I have no plans to stay here. I don’t want to be here – my time here is finished. This is a fact, and I am being honest. I can make my own decisions, it’s not up to people in the boardroom,” Zungu said to Soccerladuma.
According to Soccerladuma, The Bafana star has not played an authority match since April during his credit spell at Rangers, where an extremely durable arrangement fell through after the Scottish Premier League champions couldn't concur an exchange charge with Amiens.
According to Soccerladuma, It's been proposed a figure of around R44-million was required. Zungu got back to France in August subsequent to being kept down by visa coordinations here in South Africa and afterward isolating when he revealed for club obligation.
“I am working very hard, training with the first team and doing all I can to play. But I don’t decide who plays even though we are in a crisis, second from bottom in Ligue 2. We can’t win a game and I want to help, but there are too many things happening. My mind is made up,” the midfielder told the Soccerladuma.
According to Soccerladuma, He is not happy that Hinschberger is making him a scapegoat.
“I want to get out of Amiens, and right now I have a coach telling the media I am overweight. I don’t understand what he wants from me, maybe he is trying to save his job by saying bad things about me,” said an irate Zungu to Soccerladuma.
“I have asked him not to disrespect me. I want to play football and help, I think I am capable of that. But the coach is acting up, that’s fine and he’s apologised because I confronted him. It was disrespectful. In January I am going to be free, whatever happens.”- he told Soccerladuma.
According to Soccerladuma, While communicating his deference for the Amiens chain of command, Zungu firmly accepts they are keeping his profession down.
“I can confirm that I had offers, but the same situation that happened two or three years ago, happened. I love the Amiens Sporting Director, but there are things that happen in the boardroom that are just out of my control. There are so many clubs that tried to get me out of here, but they all felt I am too expensive for someone who still has a year left on his contract. It’s sad that my future is being decided in the boardroom. I have an agent that is doing his best to get me out of Amiens,” explained Zungu to Soccerladuma.
“I firmly believe that as players we should be in charge of our own paths, that’s why I have fired my previous agents. I am not going to go to the president’s office and start making demands, I have an agent for that. He told them to cancel my contract even before I came back to France. They refused. So they are fully aware that I don’t want to play in Ligue 2, but I don’t know if the president knows this. My agent is probably on the phone with them right now! I want to leave, in December I don’t want to still be here.”- he concluded to Soccerladuma.
According to Soccerladuma, Zungu's agreement lapses on June 30, and as indicated by FIFA laws he can sign a pre contract with a club of his decision from January 1.
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