Lucky Baloyi grateful for Kaizer Chiefs chapter
Posted: 28 June 2017 Time: 12:27
Midfielder Lucky Baloyi says he has no hard feelings towards Kaizer Chiefs after parting ways with the club.
Baloyi was recently released by Amakhosi - having initially penned a two-year extension at Naturena in February - along with the likes of Siphelele Mthembu, Enocent Mkhabela and Lewis Macha.
The Limpopo-born player, who can also operate in defence, is currently back home in Mokopane awaiting feedback from his agent.
Earlier this month KickOff.com established that Chippa United, Polokwane City, Baroka and Platinum Stars have shown interest in his services.
"Not at all," says Baloyi when asked if he is bitter about his exit from the Glamour Boys. "I am grateful for the great opportunities that Chiefs gave me whilst I was still with the club.
"It was a matter of game-time. This was the reason I went to Swallows last time for game-time [loan spell, 2014-2015]. I want to go to a team where I am going to get a chance to play."
Baloyi is hopeful that he will remain in the PSL next season.
"At the moment I am here at home in Mokopane. I am waiting for my manager to update me about any offers," he adds.
Baloyi spent seven years with Chiefs, making 10 appearances in 2016/17.