PSL : Collins Mbesuma and Thanduyise Khuboni set to leave Black Aces
Collins Mbesuma and Thanduyise Khuboni are not amongst players whose contract has been taken over by the new Mpumalanga Black Aces owner John Comitis and the striker is set to leave the club.
The Prolific Striker Collins Mbesuma is set to leave aces after the club failed exercise their option to extend the contract.
Mbesuma had a frustrating spell at Orlando Pirates and his first season at Aces was no different, but he managed to to work his way back to the top of the scoring board with 14 goals.
Mbesuma signed a two-year contract with an option when he joined Aces and he was a point of reference for the team.
Khuboni is in his second year with the club having joined at the beginning of last season from Golden Arrows.
Khuboni had a limited game time and that led to him being released.
Only 14 MP Black Aces players have apparently been included in the purchase of the club by former the Ajax Cape Town boss.
Comitis purchased Aces from the Morfou brothers earlier this month and is planning to move the club to Cape Town.
John Comitis confirmed on Metro FM – 083 Sports@6 with Robert Marawa that Collins Mbesuma will be leaving the team.
John Comitis has retain the services of current Aces coach Muhsin Ertugral.