Joseph Henyekane, who has been in football limbo for a while, says he is hopeful of getting a move back to the PSL in January.
The 28-year-old defender has been out of the scene for two years, having last played for Mpumalanga Black Aces.
A lack of discipline and a mysterious illness are said to have derailed his promising career, but the gangly player says he misses being in the thick of things and is as fit as a fiddle to return to action. He is the younger brother of Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Richard, who he payed alongside at Golden Arrows.
Henyekane told the Siya crew, “My agent is still busy talking to teams and there is hope. I’m sure in January I will be back in the PSL. As long as I keep fit, I’m hopeful. I’m also playing practice games with some guys here in Kimberley, so that helps to keep my fitness levels high. I really miss playing in the topflight and I will do my best for any team that is willing to give me a chance.”
By: Lunga Adam
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