Former Black Leopards goalkeeper, Postnett Omony, is looking for a new club after his leave of absence following his departure from Lidoda Duvha.
The 31-year-old endured a difficult time with Leopards, with the club breaching his contract and omitting him from training sessions towards the end of his time there.
After his exit, the goalkeeper took some time out, but says that he is now ready to get back into playing again.
Speaking to the Siya crew, Omony said, “I took some time off after having such a bad experience with Leopards. I needed to clear my mind and prepare myself for a new challenge.
“Now I’m ready to get back to football and I wouldn’t even mind playing in the NFD. I know how promotion is possible for any team in that league and I’d appreciate the challenge.”
Omony, who was born in Uganda but has SA permanent residence, will be hoping to find a club in the near future as he attempts to get his career back on track.