Former Orlando Pirates defender Ayanda Gcaba confirms he is clubless again and says issues that are "too personal" led to his sacking.
Gcaba was released by Royal Eagles in December but says he can't get into the reasons that led to him losing his job at the struggling GladAfrica Championship club.
"I'm no longer at Royal Eagles my brother and that's football," Gcaba tells KickOff.com.
"Eish ziningi mfowethu [there are many] reasons that led to my departure. Some of them are too personal so I can't really talk about them, but the club decided to release me."
The former Free State Stars centre-back believes he still has two years left in his career and is thinking about his next move.
"I'm not retiring at the moment, I can still play at least full two seasons," he adds.
"So only time will tell."