Former Orlando Pirates star winger Sifiso Myeni has dismissed rumours that he’s in a financial crisis.
The 34-year-old is currently plying his trade in Botswana’s second division for VTM.
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Going from the prestigious PSL (South Africa’s top flight) to Botswana’s second tier has raised many eyebrows.
But Myeni has since cleared the air regarding his surprise move to the neighbouring country.
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“The money was never a factor in my move to Botswana. I have been okay financially since my last contract at TS Sporting.” – the former Orlando Pirates winger told Sowetan.
“I’ve always had a financial adviser since my early days as a professional footballer at Bidvest Wits. I didn’t care about how much I was going to get here because I love football. I’m here because I love this game.
“After leaving TS Sporting, I have never called anyone to ask for a job. That’s because I believe when people want you they must approach you and that’s what VTM boss did. I am really not desperate for anything.”
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In other news, Orlando Pirates striker Terrence Dzvukamanja has caught the attention of a PSL side according to reports.
The Zimbabwean attacker has struggled for game-time in Mayfair this season. Dzvukamanja made a solitary cameo appearance for Jose Riveiro’s side back in October 2022.
And now, the coach that’s responsible for luring Dzvukamanja to South Africa is keen on re-signing him in January according to reports!
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SuperSport United coach Gavin Hunt is interested in signing his former striker.
The duo worked together at Bidvest Wits where Dzvukamanja made over 60 appearances under Hunt in the PSL.
“Dzvukamanja’s contract at Orlando Pirates is set to expire at the end of the season and Soccer Laduma reported in edition 1300 that Matsatsantsa are interested in making a bid for the Zimbabwean in the January transfer window.”
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