His exit from the club was confirmed weeks ago by CEO Stan Matthews, but Thabo Mnyamane has officially bid farewell to SuperSport United.
Having enjoyed four glorious years at the Tshwane outfit that saw him lift two trophies, Vaal-bron attacker Thabo Mnyamane has bid farewell to the club.
SuperSport beat the likes of Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates to the former NWU varsity football star’s signature, from University of Pretoria back in 2016, after the club was relegated to the NFD (now GladAfrica Championship).
Mnyamane hit the ground running in the country’s capital and managed an impressive eight goals and seven assists in the 37 matches in which he featured in his debut season.
The goals kept coming for the 27-year-old, although injuries hampered his progress somewhat and he featured less prominently for the club making just 17 appearances the following season.
In the last two seasons combined, Mnyamane made a mere nine appearances for Matsatsantsa, prompting his exit from the club as his next challenge awaits.
The attacker, who has one Bafana cap to his name, took to Instagram to reveal that he only has fond memories of his time at the club
“It’s been good. Let me take this opportunity to thank each and everyone of you for playing a huge role in my life. I’ve had the best amazing time with you lot and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. To the technical team, thank you for your patience and love.
“To the guys, thank you for always supporting me, correcting me when I fell short, making me the player I am today. I’ll forever cherish the special moments we shared together.
“To the supporters, thank you for the unconditional love, the trophies we won, the tears we shared and the memories we created. @supersport_unitedfc. We meet to part and we part to meet. Thank you all,” he wrote.