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Mosele apologises for Ndwandwe tackle

Baroka FC midfielder Goodman Mosele says his coach Wedson Nyirenda was right to substitute him before half-time of the midweek 1-0 loss to Golden Arrows as he would have ended up getting a red card.

In a strange move, the Zambian coach pulled out Mosele for club captain Mduduzi Mdantsane three minutes before the interval when he showed no intention of playing the ball by kicking Abafana Bes’thende’s Velemseni Ndwandwe. 

The Arrows player ended up not finishing the game.

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Speaking for the first time since the incident, Mosele explained his actions to KickOff.com.

“I wasn’t really myself,” he says. “I gave nothing to the coach and the fans, but I think the coach made the right decision by taking me out or I would have gotten the red card because I was already full of frustrations.

“I always want to be on top of my game hey, when things don’t go my way I just lose it bro, I really go crazy.”

Mosele says he and Nyirenda didn’t get a chance to talk about his behaviour after the match, but took the opportunity to apologise to the Baroka and Arrows faithful.

Mosele says he and Nyirenda didn’t get a chance to talk about his behaviour after the match, but took the opportunity to apologise to the Baroka and Arrows faithful.

“We never had time to talk after the game. I’d like to apologise for that, not only to them [Baroka fans] but to Golden Arrows supporters too because I nearly broke their player’s leg, so I’m really sorry. 

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