The Siya crew can confirm that former Bloemfontein Celtic and SuperSport United defender, Tsietsi Mahoa, has not been contacted by any club.
This comes at the back of Siwelele parting ways with the left back as he was released before the expiry of his contract.
Speaking to the crew from his home in Tembisa, he said he’s not thinking about football for now as he’s enjoying his off-season. The 32-year old said he has not been contacted by any PSL side for now.
“I’m at home now and this is the first time I’m talking about football now. I don’t know anything like clubs looking after me. I haven’t had a chat with any club, either Mpumalanga Black Aces or University of Pretoria, I’m at home and enjoying myself. I will think about football in the next few weeks."
“Yes my contract will expire at the end of this month, but then I can say there are no talks or a certain club has offered me a contract yet. There’s no possibility to renew at Celtic. You can call me next week or so, and I will then tell you something better,” he told the crew.
Mahoa started 21 games in all competitions for Siwelele this past season, and could possibly be a perfect option to tighten Tuks’ defence after the departure of Warren Bishop.