Former Polokwane City defender, Luyanda Hlongwa, said everything is coming smoothly at his new club, Roses United.
Hlongwa parted ways with Rise and Shine following unfair dismissal, he later joined the Clinton Larsen coached club to help them escape relegation.
“Yeah, I’m enjoying myself here and the club is fresh from a 3-0 win against Blackburn Rovers and everything looks bright. I believe the coach has played a huge role in bringing me here. I believe he’s one of the coaches in the NFD. I can’t talk about staying here permanently but it all depends on being comfortable where you’re as a player. I’m a PSL player so I will see what the future holds. Right now there are no offers from PSL clubs but we’ll see.
Meanwhile, the v-crew can reveal that former Mpumalanga Black Aces defender, Joseph Henyekane, was hospitalised. His agent, Ratshibvumo Mulovhedzi, of Rush Hour Sports Management confirmed.
“Henyekane was hospitalised due to an illness and he’s now fine and hopefully he will be ready to play again next week. He’s now out of the hospital to focus on his game,” said the agent.