REPORT: Mabhuti Khenyeza wants to leave Golden Arrows
Posted: 24 February 2016 Time: 11:16
Mabhuti Khenyeza is reportedly unhappy at Golden Arrows and is said to be seeking a move away from the club at the end of the season.
The 33-year-old has made just one start and two substitute appearances in 2016, with some of the absence explained as ‘personal reasons’.
However, he played a crucial role for Arrows’ reserve side against Maritzburg United in the MultiChoice Diski Challenge festival in Umlazi, scoring the winning goal that took the team into first place going into the final round of fixtures this weekend.
Khenyeza, who returned Arrows last January from Mpumalanga Black Aces and helped them win promotion, will see his contract coming to an end this season.
Meanwhile, Larsen says Khenyeza has made it clear he wants to play against Free State Stars in the final Diski Challenge game this weekend, thus ruling him out of this coming weekend’s Absa Premiership game against Platinum Stars.
“We believe he wants to be part of this game [against Free State Stars] for the boys so that they can get that trip overseas [by winning the Diski Challenge],” Larsen says.
KickOff.com tried to get hold of Khenyeza’s agent, Glyn Binkin, for comment on the matter, but his phone was off.