After a roller coaster season with the Orlando Pirates, striker Gabadinho Mhango will leave the club at the end of the season, according to reports from his native Malawi.
Mhango, who hasn’t played much at the club despite his brilliant performances at this year’s Africa Cup in Cameroon, ate ice on the bench for Bucs or spent most of his time watching the club from home or in. the stands.
The striker had some problems off the pitch, for which the club suspended him, but he never managed to shine for the Pirates as in previous seasons, but his disqualification ended.
This, according to Phakaaathi’s Mgosi team, left the player frustrated and wanted a way out of the club despite the team exercising the one-year extension for Mhango to stay in the club.
Mhango revealed the news to Malawi’s online publication The Nation that he had an interview with the Buccaneers management and it was agreed that he could leave the club at the end of the ongoing campaign and claims that his agent Mike Makaab is working to find him. a new team.
“We had a meeting recently and both sides mutually agreed to separate. It’s a huge relief to me as I was hardly enjoying playing time. It has been a stressful season for me and I can’t wait to move on and hopefully this will be a new dawn for my career. “
“He told me that there are some clubs he is talking to and that we will have another meeting (Friday) for an update. So that’s where we are and I’m just waiting to see what happens at the end of the season, ”she added.
“Sure, there have been problems, but they’ve been blown out of proportion. I trained hard … I was great during training, but surprisingly, the coaches ignored me and there is nothing I can do about it. It could be something personal, I really don’t know. “
As Mhango prepares to leave Bucs, the team is preparing for the Confederation Cup semi-final first leg against Al Ahli Tripoli in Libya on Sunday.