Ghana international goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda, has confirmed with the Siya crew that he has agreed to part ways with Chippa United after the club had failed to pay his salary, and will further pursue his football career back in his homeland.
Dauda joined the Chilli Boys in the recent transfer window period, following a lack of playing time at Orlando Pirates.
Bucs goalkeeper, Senzo Meyiwa, kept the number one spot for the lion’s share of the 2013/14 Absa Premiership season, with Dauda only managaing some game-time due to Meyiwa sustaining an injury.
The Black Stars shot-stopper told Soccer Laduma about the reasons for him parting ways with Chippa United.
“We agreed to part ways. They didn’t pay my money at all, so we agreed to part ways. I’ve taken my clearance and I’m heading back to Ghana. I will find myself a club there again. That’s how life goes sometimes,” said Dauda.
Chippa now have Tshepo Motsoeneng and Mbongeni Mzimela to look to for a starting berth in the team.