Following the news that they have parted ways with Thabo Mnyamane, SuperSport United have confirmed that they have parted ways with three more of their players.
SuperSport have been doing their fair share of business behind closed doors.
They extended the deals of the likes of Clayton Daniels, Siyabonga Nhlapo, Ronwen Williams and Aubrey Modiba.
Meanwhile they have also confirmed the departure of Thabo Mnyamane, whose injury-ridden spell saw him exit the Tshwane outfit.
The latest is that Matsatsantsa have parted ways with Thabo Qalinge, Thakasani Mbanjwa and Thato Lesoma, as confirmed on the club’s social channels.
Qalinge was roped in on a short-term deal at the beginning of the season, but he made just three appearances in all competitions for the club, with CEO Stan Matthews confirming that they would not be exercising the option on his deal that ended on June 30.
Meanwhile goalkeepers Lesoma- who formed part of the club’s reserve side and Mbanjwa who joined the club from Bidvest Wits was released without making a single appearance.