With PSL clubs announcing departures of players whose contracts expired on Tuesday, the Siya crew has been informed that there are also short-term agreements for their counterparts who were in similar predicaments.
Ajax Cape Town are believed to have sealed a temporary deal with Katlego Otladisa to help them conclude the 2019/20 season, while Chippa United have taken the same route with Gerald Modisane and Boikanyo Komane.
Otladisa, 23, joined the Urban Warriors from Mamelodi Sundowns on loan last year and is meant to return to his parent club at the end of the campaign before his future can be assessed by coach Pitso Mosimane.
Modisane and Komane were still yet to sign new contracts at Chippa, according to insiders, but will now get to stay on to help the club in their fight to avoid relegation, although that battle has been made a lot harder by the fact that the Chilli Boys currently do not have a coach.
Chippa parted ways with Rulani Mokwena at the end of his contract on Tuesday despite the young tactician only being there for three months.
Mokwena had arrived in Port Elizabeth “on loan” from Orlando Pirates.
The PSL is expected to return to action in the coming weeks after the government gave the league the green light to do so, but clubs must first comply with the new Covid-19 regulations to be able to return to training.
Chippa also announced yesterday that former CEO Morgan Mammila had returned to the club, this time as general manager and compliance officer.
Story by @superjourno