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Mamelodi Sundowns has decided to part ways with their long serving midfielder



Former Black leopards and Arcadia Shepherds Football Club midfielder, has parted ways with the Chloorkop based side Mamelodi Sundowns, his agent has confirmed.

According to Soccer laduma, Tiyani Madunda is now available as a free-agent after his club, Mamelodi Sundowns decided not to trigger the extension option.

The Polokwane born midfielder has been at the Dstv Premiership champions, Mamelodi Sundowns, for a very long time.

He joined the club back in 2013 from the Limpopo based side, Black leopards. He has won almost every possible major trophy in the Premier Soccer League with the club.

Sugar has now won five Absa Premiership leagues, and were recently crowned as the Dstv Premiership champions few weeks ago.

Apart from South African cups, Tiyani Madunda also won the CAF Champions League cup and also the CAF super cup.

Speaking to the media, Mamelodi Sundowns thanked the 33-year old for his contribution to the club for the past years.

Before the departure of the club’s former coach, Pitso Mosimane. Mabunda and his teammate, Hlompho Kekana were regular starters, however, that all changed when Manqoba Mngqithi and Rulani Mokwena were appointed as Co-coaches of the club.

Even though Mabunda wore the Dstv Premiership medal, but he will not be very pleased as he did not even kick the ball in the competition.

The club’s Co-coaches has preferred Andile Jali, Rivaldo Coetzee, Aubrey Modiba and Kapinga in the midfield.

That is one of the major reasons why the player, together with his teammate Hlompho Kekana spent a lot of time in the bench.

Before the 2020-21 season began, the player was linked with a move to the Soweto side, Swallows Football Club. However, he ended up staying at Mamelodi Sundowns.

It is believed that Swallows Football Club are still interested in signing the player. However, they might face a tough competition as it is rumoured that Amazulu Football Club and Cape Town City, are also interested.

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