Some players part ways with a club on good terms, while others can be found mutually terminating their contracts before the time of their expiration date has come.
Today, I look at players who have mutually terminated their contracts with PSL clubs.
Clayton Daniels – Mamelodi Sundowns
When Clayton Daniels arrived at Chloorkop, he was expected to add solid value to the Sundowns backline, but in his two years spent there, he struggled for game time. Just days after the 2013 transfer window slammed shut, Daniels mutually terminated his contract with Sundowns. He then went on to join Bloemfontein Celtic.
Luis Boa Morte – Orlando Pirates
Great things were expected from Luis Boa Morte’s arrival at Parktown, but things didn’t work out as planned. In May 2014, he parted ways with the club, months before his deal was set to expire.
Tapuwa Kapini – AmaZulu
Kapini opted to terminate his contract with AmaZulu on the penultimate day of the January transfer window. The 31-year-old was a seasoned campaigner for Usuthu up until the arrival of Energy Murambadoro. His lack of game time left Kapini upset and he opted to cut ties with the club.
Thuso Mohohoma – Orlando Pirates
After spending two years playing in the NFD, Choma was recalled to the Pirates on a three-year deal. However, after failing to make an appearance with the club, Mohohoma cut his ties with Pirates on mutual agreement.
Ruzaigh Gamildien – AmaZulu
The midfielder left Bloemfontein Celtic and joined AmaZulu at the start of 2014; however, his disciplinary issues saw him butt heads with Usuthu management. He was later dismissed on mutual consent. He now plays back home at Milano United.
Yakubu Mohammed – Maritzburg United
The striker was signed by the Team of Choice at the beginning of the 2013/14 campaign, after having scored 14 goals for Ashanti Gold in the Glo Premier League. However, his first season with Maritzburg didn’t yield many goals and it resulted in him mutually terminating his contract with the club.
What other players can you think of who have terminated their contracts?