Cape Town City have parted ways with Australian winger, James Brown.
Brown was one of the foreign signings made by the Mother City-based club in the recent transfer window, and indications are that the player has not adapted to the football lifestyle in Mzansi as well as his other foreign teammates.
The club therefore confirmed the news to the Siya crew this morning, stating that the 26-year-old has left the club.
Brown played a total of 145-minutes in the PSL while donning City's colours. However, the player has only made three starts for the Mother City-based club in this campaign, and has only been involved in one home win under the mentorship of head coach Eric Tinkler
To get the full exclusive story behind City parting ways with the Australian, check out this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, issue number 994.