Baroka part ways with first-team trio

Premiership

Baroka FC have decided against retaining the services of their experienced first-team trio as the club trim their squad following relegation to the GladAfrica Championship.

Striker Richard Mbulu, goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze and right-winger Thamsanqa Mosiya have all been allowed to depart as the club prepares for life in the second division.

Masiya made 25 appearances in the league last season, while Mbulu featured 23 times with Chipezeze making just seven appearances.

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Masiya's father, Joel Masilela confirmed his son's departure from the club.

"He called me this morning telling me he was around, probably I'm going to see him tomorrow or Saturday morning, I will probably hear tomorrow what his plans are," The Mamelodi Sundowns legend tells KickOff.

Meanwhile, Bakgakga chairman Khurishi Mphahlele also confirmed the services of the three players will not be retained for next season.

"Yes we have decided to part ways with all three players, their contracts have expired, and we have decided not to continue our relationship with all of them," Mphahlele confirmed.

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