Mosia tells why he left Aces
Posted: 28 January 2009 Time: 11:52
Former youth international midfielder Boy-Boy Mosia says his surprise decision to terminate his contract at First Division side Mpumalanga Black Aces just over a month after signing, was ignited by what he terms’ the club’s ‘apparent lack of professionalism’.
After returning from a stint with Belgian side KVC Westerlo, via a loan deal at Tweede Klasse side Oud-Heverlee Leuven, Mosia signed a six-month contract with the Inland Stream side at the end of November; but just a little more than a month later the 23-year-old parted ways with the club.
“They never sent me away; the truth is that I never went back there after the festive season break because I didn’t like the lack of professionalism at the club.
Being a serious player that I am, I honestly didn’t like the way they did things at that club. So in the end I thought it better that I have my contract terminated. So the fact is that I got them rid of them instead of them firing me,” he adds without explaining further.
The pint-sized midfielder says he is now looking to finding a new club.
“My agent is handling the matter of my future. I know that I had already been to Thanda Royal Zulu and Santos before I went to Aces, but I am still prepared to continue with my career elsewhere and I know that I will get a club soon.
“I am serious about my career and want to be involved in an environment that also motivates me to do my job the right way,” he adds.
Mosia is a graduate of the School of Excellence.