Former Baroka FC goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke insists he did nothing wrong
Posted: 22 March 2018 Time: 09:45
Former Baroka FC goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke says he has learnt to live with the decision the club took to sack him for ill-discipline.
Masuluke, captain Olaleng Shaku and coach Kgoloko Thobejane were recently shown the door at Bakgaga for allegedly drinking on duty.
Masuluke, who is at home waiting to receive offers from clubs, insists he is innocent, but also says the whole situation has taught him a valuable lesson about life.
"At the moment I'm not training with any team, I'm at home," Masuluke tells KickOff.com.
"No team has approached me yet. I'm training alone at the gym, I will start looking next season. Any division is fine, as long as I will be playing football. I still have a lot of energy to play this game.
"But for now there's nothing much I can say about this as I don't wanna lie. At the moment I just want to rectify my mistakes. The decision that was taken by Baroka is the right one and I took it very well.
He continues: “First of all I'm not bigger than the team, they have made their decision it's fine. Although I feel like they didn't do a proper follow through in this thing.
"We learn from our mistakes, I have now learnt my lesson. I am not worried that other teams might be scared to touch me as I haven't done anything wrong. I'm not gonna lie as I'm also in the dark about the whole thing."