Arrows CEO Breaks Silence On Alleged Gun Threats
Golden Arrows Break Silence On Alleged Gun Threats
Golden Arrows CEO, Gordon Masondo, has broken his silence on the matter involving the KZN club and the team’s former player, Clifton Miheso.
Miheso was one of the players released by Arrows during the January transfer window. It has been alleged that the Kenyan was forced to sign a termination letter with Arrows at gun point.
In January, Abafana Bes’thende issued a personal letter from the Kenyan player stating that he willingly terminated his contract with the club and that there were no threats.
However, various reports have since surfaced, indicating that the player was allegedly told what to say. With the 23-year-old having since taken his case to the South African Football Players’ Union, Arrows’ Masondo has told the Siya crew that matter is no longer in his control.
“After everything that has been said in the media, the issue regarding Miheso is out of my hands. My name is being mentioned everywhere. There is nothing I can say right now because the matter has escalated to another level.
“The truth will come out. But I’m not surprised with what is happening, especially in the football industry. It’s the nature of the beast. I know that there are more articles that are currently being written for print media for this weekend about me. They are welcome to do so. But one day, the truth will come out,” said Masondo.