AmaZulu midfielder, Pineas Jacob, has left for Namibia to try and sort out issues he has regarding his registration in the 2013/14 season.
The Namibian, who joined AmaZulu this season, is trying to play for the team as a local with the KZN side already exhausted its foreign quota.
The 28-year-old qualifies for permanent residence in South Africa by virtue of being born prior to Namibia’s independence in 1990.
AmaZulu’s general manager, Peter O’Connor, confirmed to the Siya crew that the player has gone home to try and speed up the process of acquiring his papers.
The unavailability of the player’s papers delayed the process of completing his registration with the league.
AmaZulu have already filled all five spaces allocated for foreigners in this season’s squad with Tapuwa Kapini, Mohammed-Awal Issa, Carlington Nyadombo and Jacob’s countrymen Larry Horaeb and Sadney Urikhob.
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