On-loan Polokwane City midfielder, Sandile Sibande, has revealed to the Siya crew that the club has made their intentions clear about retaining him.
The Nelspruit-born player joined Rise and Shine during the January transfer window, and went on to help the side maintain their PSL status for next season.
Sibande made 11 appearances for the Boebie Solomons’ mentored outfit, but says he will be heading back to his parent club, Wits.
Speaking to Soccer Laduma, the 26-year-old maintains that he's not quite sure about his future, but should have a better understanding when the 2014/15 season commences.
“I don’t know yet about where I will play next season, but I’m certain that I will know at the beginning of next season. I will go back to Wits to talk to my coach, Gavin Hunt, and will be in the clear. At the moment, I’m enjoying my off-season at home. City made their intentions clear about keeping me, but we didn’t talk in detail, I will see,” said Sibande.
Still with Rise and Shine, get your latest copy of Soccer Laduma (Issue no: 875), and also read more about City players claiming that the club failed to pay them R20 000 bonuses following their PSL survival.