Former Bloemfontein Celtic and SuperSport United striker Lerato Manzini has found a new club until the end of the season.
Manzini has joined GladAfrica Championship side Bizana Pondo Chiefs, reuniting with Clinton Larsen, a coach he worked with at Celtic.
The striker was recently on trial with Black Leopards and even though technical manager Kosta Papic was interested in signing the player, management was not forthcoming with a contract. As a result, Manzini decided to join up with Larsen at Bizana and they are hoping to save the club from relegation.
Bizana are currently bottom of the GladAfrica Championship standings after 15 matches and have their work cut out for them after the international break, to ensure that they start moving up the table.
Recently, Manzini revealed to the Siya crew that a deal with Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila fell through after the club had expressed a serious interest him. This is after he had amicably parted ways with Cape Town Spurs.
He can now play football again after a couple of months without a club and he will have a big role to play at Bizana, who need his experience to get out of trouble.