Majantja star player dumps club

Majantja star player dumps club

Maseru – Majantja spokesperson Tšepang Makakule says star player Keketso Snyders dumped the team via a WhatsApp text message, thepost heard this week.
Makakule continued that the in-form striker sent the text to club president telling him he had received offers from three Econet Premier League clubs promising better salaries and that he was leaving the Mohale’s Hoek club

Makakule said Majantja were not shocked to receive the text from Snyders as he trained with Lesotho Correctional Service (LCS) last season without letting them know.
The clubs in question are Lioli, Bantu and Kick4Life though it is believed Snyders will be heading to Bantu to join the defending league champions.
“First of all, he did not announce his departure officially to the team, he just wrote a WhatsApp text to the president saying he has been approached by three teams which promised to pay him, and he said Lioli promised to pay him M3 500 monthly, Bantu M3 800 and Kick4Life promised to pay him a M4 200 salary,” Makakule said.

“It is not surprising because even last season he did not say a thing to us, we just saw him practising with LCS. In that text (to club president) he also said Majantja is going to miss him. We just happened to see his announcement on the social media that he had left the team,” he said.

Snyders’ departure is a blow to a Majantja team that will start the second round just a point above the relegation zone.
Makakule said the team will continue to search for a replacement and other players to strengthen the team during the January transfer window.

Nkheli Liphoto

 

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