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SuperSport’s Exit-List Grows To Five After Two More Departures

SuperSport United’s exit list has grown to five players after the club decided against renewing the contracts of Aubrey Ngoma and Zukile Kewuti.

Ngoma, 33, joined Matsatsantsa in February 2022 around eight months after he was released by Mamelodi Sundowns.

The winger featured in nine games for the rest of 2021/22, and there were high hopes he could refund his fine form from his stint at Cape Town City that saw him earn his move to Chloorkop.

However, following Gavin Hunt’s return to the DStv Premiership side, Ngoma was not playing much this past season.

He only started four league games and despite making 18 appearances across all competitions, Ngoma only featured for 490 minutes during the entire season.

According to a close source, Matsatsantsa won’t renew his contract, which expires by the end of June.

It is a similar case with Kewuti, whose contract will also not be renewed after he joined Matsatsantsa in January on a short-term deal which was expiring in the June.

The midfielder didn’t get as much game-time at the club as was expected, only playing in four games this campaign.

This publication understands that Matsatsantsa has decided against renewing Kewuti, which will leave him as a free agent to join a club of his choice.

Ngoma and Kewuti find themselves in a similar situation to Thamsanqa Gabuza, who will also leave on a free transfer, as reported by iDiski Times.

Meanwhile, this publication also confirmed that Jamie Webber joined Sekhukhune United, while Thatayoane Ditlhokwe joined Kaizer Chiefs on a free transfer.

SuperSport United are yet to announce any new signing despite participating in five competitions in the upcoming season, including the CAF Confederations Cup.

Story by Sinethemba Makonco (@Makonco_M).

Sinethemba Makonco
Sinethemba Makonco
Sinethemba Makonco is one of South Africa's brightest up-and-coming football journalists. Makonco shot to prominence on social media as a reliable source for South African football news and transfer stories, and is currently working as a junior journalist at iDiski Times.
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