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FS Stars Trio Surplus To Requirements

News reaching the Siya crew is that the Free State Stars trio of Celi Ndwandwe, Mncedisi Ndwandwe and Thapelo Morweng have been allowed to look for other clubs, following their failure to get game time at the Bethlehem outfit.

Ea Lla Koto made some changes to the team in the January transfer window, bringing in Richard Henyekane from Mamelodi Sundowns, as well as the former Santos duo of Jurie Basie and Salmaan King.The club also re-united with Ayanda Mtshali.

According to information disclosed by a source close to Stars, the three players have been told that they are no longer in the team’s plans for the 2013/14 season.

Stars are having a difficult season due to poor results by the team. The club’s interim coach Themba Sithole and his assistant Kinnah Phiri are doing everything possible to try and save the team from going down to the NFD at the end of the season.

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