The representative of Golden Arrows duo, Thanduyise Khuboni and Mzivukile Tom, has revealed that he is still looking for a team for the two, who are on their way out.
Since the team got relegated to the National First Division at the end of last season, it has been clear that it will be a battle for Abafana Bes’thende to keep the two players, who are on high salaries. They have been loyal servants of Arrows over the years, but their time at the club has come to an end and it is now a matter of finding new clubs, preferably in the PSL, before the 2014/15 Absa Premiership season gets underway.
Khuboni and Tom were reportedly on the wanted list of a couple of teams during the past season, but chose to remain with the Durban side and help them avoid the dreaded axe, but the club will unfortunately be campaigning in the lower ranks next season, and the cost of keeping them is too much to bear for the side.
Arrows spokesperson, Vusumuzi Vilakazi told the Siya crew, “The club has given all the senior players our blessings to find clubs to play for, as it will be difficult to keep them on the salaries they are currently earning. Whoever of them gets a team will be let go.”
Mike Mikaaab, who represents the two players, said, “I’m still trying to find something for them. There are teams interested, but nothing concrete yet.”
The crew has already reported that Ntlantla Zothwane is leaving, while Bonginkosi Ntuli and Siyanda Zwane are some of the other club's players expected to seek greener pastures.