Mass Exodus For Cape Club
National First Division side, FC Cape Town, have undergone wholesale changes ahead of the new season, with over 15 players leaving the club.
The African Beasts didn’t have the best of campaigns in the NFD last season after finishing 10th with the third worst defensive record in the league, after conceding 50 goals, but they are hoping to improve this time around.
With plans in place to push for promotion in the near future, the club’s head coach, Johnny Ferreira, has explained that there are many changes afoot.
Speaking in this week’s issue of Soccer Laduma, Ferreira confirmed to the Siya crew that goalkeepers Wade Miller and King Ndlovu, as well as defenders Bafana Kali, Siphelele Magubane, Bongane Nyambi, Ntokozo Mbhele, Tamon Litchfield and several others had left.
He said, “We only have a few players left from last season. These include Lucky Nguzana, Lucky Sithole, Jino Moeketsi, Edward More, Michael Kwong, Maboke Matlakala and Siphelele Hleleni. A big rebuilding process is underway. It’s a nice challenge.”
Other players who’re not expected to turn out for FC Cape Town again are Eden Nene, Siyabonga Sibiya, Siphiwe Gwala, Moeketsi Mvula, Arnold Anoma, Rofhiwa Tshikovhi and Francisco Obama Ondo.