Former Kaizer Chiefs star Mandla Masango involved with SAB League side Alexandra Gunners FC initiative – News

Posted: 13 November 2018
Time: 16:00

Mandla Masango, who’s been without a club since the end of last season, has resurfaced as a guest of honour for a Play for Education initiative by SAB League outfit Alexandra Gunners FC.

Masango, 29, has been a free agent since the expiry of his contract with Danish SuperLiga side Randers FC, in a spell that started promising but ultimately ended with bad blood as he attempted to force his way out of the side mid-way through his stay.

The 21-time capped Bafana Bafana attacker scored seven goals in 27 games during his debut season in Europe but soon found himself back in the Absa Premiership in a temporary switch with SuperSport United.

His time in Tshwane yielded four goals in 18 games, which proved to be his last taste of professional football.

It’s now been over a year since his last game on 27 May 2017 — in the final game of the season against the now-defunct Platinum Stars.

While links of Bidvest Wits and Cape Town City surfaced within local media, fans have been questioning the whereabouts of the Amakhosi academy graduate.

And he’s since resurfaced has a ‘guest of honour’ alongside Orlando Pirates midfielder Mpho Makola at the Alex Mall five-a-side pitch for the third instalment of the annual Play for Education initiative of Alexandra Gunners FC.

Makola and Masango were said to have been involved in the trophy and medal ceremony after the two-day event.

Article by: Staff Reporter

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