TS Galaxy chairman Tim Sukazi has hinted that they could look into keeping one of their experienced players post retirement.
Midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane’s contract expires at the end of the season and, at 38, there are not a lot of years left in the game for one of the country's most decorated players. ‘Yeye’, though, has always insisted he would retire at his own time and no one will force him out of the game.
Sukazi told the Siya crew that they value the contribution of Letsholonyane and they would love to have someone like him at the club, making an impact in a different position when he is no longer playing.
The former Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United midfielder has made 10 appearances in all competitons for the club this season.
“Yeah, for sure, depending on what he wants to do. We are quite blessed to have a legend like him, so should he decide to continue and be within football (after retiring), then TS Galaxy is just here. But if he wants to pursue other opportunities, we can’t stop him, you know,” Sukazi tells the Siya crew.
“He is really doing what it expected of him. I am quite pleased to have the opportunity to work with him and he will want to be within football and around the club, because he can give a lot of input.”