Former Black Leopards goalkeeper, Posnett Omony, is currently in search of a new club after leaving Lidoda Duvha.
The 30-year-old shot-stopper was only called upon a handful of times for Leopards last season as they struggled in the PSL due to contract wranglings between the player and the club, however he is now a free agent and is eager to take on the next challenge in his career.
Omony, who hails from Uganda, rejoined Leopards in 2011 after spells with Bloemfontein Celtic and Vasco da Gama, and is now eager to land another contract in the PSL.
The keeper does have his South African citizenship, so any club wishing to take him on board will not have to worry about filling a spot in their foreign quota for the 2013/14 season.
Leopards had been keen to keep Omony on as a goalkeeping coach once their relegation was confirmed, however he remains eager to carry on playing at present.
By Joe Crann
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