Polokwane City midfielder Ntesang 'Mirror' Simanyana has rejoined his former team, Botswana Premier League side Gaborone United on a 18 month contract.
The Botswana Under 23 international struggled to break into the City starting line up during his six months spell at the recently promoted PSL club.
"Ntesang 'Mirror' Simanyana joined Gaborone United as from today (Friday) until 2015. 'Mirror' who was at Polokwane City was never given a chance to prove himself, so he decided to come back home and join his former club," said a statement on the Botswana Premier League's Facebook page.
Simanyana follows another Botswana player Kekaetswe Moloi, who was released by City earlier this month and is said to be on the verge of re-joining Mochudi Centre Chiefs.
A source within City has also confirmed that Simanyana is no longer with the team.
"Mirror is no longer with us. Its been a while since I last saw him. The team is said to be creating more spaces for new foreigners," a source said.
Gaborone United have reportedly paid City R240,000 for the 23-year old player, who previously had trials with Platinum Stars.
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