Wits midfielder, Letladi Madubanya, has shed light on the rift he had with his former coach at AmaZulu, Craig Rosslee.
The 30-year-old signed for Usuthu at the start of the 2013/14 season but, despite being initially earmarked as having an important role to play for AmaZulu, he made just three appearances.
It later emerged that there appeared to be a personal rift between himself and Rosslee, yet no details were made available to the public at large.
As a result, the Alexandra-born star parted ways with the Durban-based side and went on to sign for Wits last January. The specialist destroyer has started to see much more game time for Gavin Hunt's team in 2014.
Nonetheless, Madubanya has touched on some of the personal issues he had with Rosslee during his time with AmaZulu. Speaking honestly in his interview in the latest edition (867) of Soccer Laduma, he said, "I was just all about football literally. It just happened that we never got along...it wasn't really a fall-out, it was a difference of opinion...it was more of a personal thing between me and him...I wanted to be there and play, but after a few months I was leaving. I'm not that kind of a player. I was unhappy at how things turned out."
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