Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila chairman Abram Sello has issued the latest on the situations of Oupa Manyisa and Dylan Kerr.
Manyisa has taken the Limpopo club to the PSL for breach of contract and is demanding a settlement believed to be in the region of R2-million.
Sello, who took over a number of issues from previous owner Lawrence Mulaudzi, says as a club they are still trying to find common ground with Manyisa.
"We are still having another date to go, but it's all under control," Sello replies to KickOff.com when asked about the latest on their case with the player.
Manyisa's representative Tshepo Mabona says the case, which was supposed to sit from as far back as January, was postponed again.
"TTM asked for a postponement. They will communicate today," Mabona explains.
Sello also gave an update on former Black Leopards and Baroka head coach Kerr, who is reportedly still waiting for his work permit.
"We don't have to be in a hurry, things will unfold," he adds.
"Remember it's not a one-man show, there are a number of people involved to get to that point. We will see. Ya no, nothing has changed."
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