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Tshidiso Tukane Sent Packing For Discipline

Mpumalanga Black Aces have terminated the contract ofTshidiso Tukane with immediate effect.

The midfielder, who had been impressive with his performances for AmaZayoni in the first-half of the season, has been a notable absentee from coach Muhsin Ertugral’s 18-man match day squads for the better part of the second-half of the 2015/16 Absa Premiership campaign.

Ertugral has been speaking highly of the player and his ability to play football. However, it is believed that the 30-year-old has had disciplinary issues at Aces, resulting in him losing his place in Ertugral’s team.

“Tshidiso Tukane has been released from Mpumalanga Black Aces. He has been handed his termination letter this morning (Friday). The club has decided to part ways with him for disciplinary issues. He is no longer training with the first team at Aces. In fact, he hasn’t been involved in taking part in any of the team’s activities for some time now,” a source told the Siya crew.

Masibusane Zongo, Mark Mayambela and Chris Matombo are some of the players released from their clubs for disciplinary issues, with the season yet to come to an end.

Contacted for comment, Tukane told the Siya crew, "It's a long story, grootman. It's true that I have just parted ways with Aces. All I can say is that maybe it was time for me to part ways with the club. In life some things don't happened as planned. But I wouldn't want to go into the details of what has happened, if you can please understand."


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