Manyisa thanks Yellow Nation for love


Oupa Manyisa has thanked club president Patrice Motsepe and coach Pitso Mosimane for giving him the opportunity to wear the Mamelodi Sundowns jersey.

Manyisa has officially ended his stay at Sundowns after spending three years at Chloorkop during which he won two Absa Premiership medals.

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'Ace' has also thanked the Yellow Nation for all the love shown towards him during his stay with The Brazilians.

"My time with the Masandawana family has come to an end. Three years filled with amazing memories, two league titles, a Telkom Knockout Cup and most importantly I got to make friends that will be forever," he wrote on social media.

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"Thank you to the chairman, Dr Motsepe, coach Pitso [Mosimane and all the support staff believing in me and giving me an opportunity of a lifetime].

"To all supporters, thank you for taking me in as your own and for all the love. Lastly thank you to my teammates and brothers. I will miss you guys. For one last time Ka Bo Yellow."

The 31-year-old has now joined Tshakhuma Tsha Madzhivhandila on a two-year deal along with former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Joseph Molangoane.

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