Chippa parts with Ndulula

2017-01-26 06:01
 Bongani Ndulula .

Bongani Ndulula .

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Chippa United have confirmed they have parted ways with striker Bongani Ndulula without the former Bafana Bafana forward kicking a ball for them.

Ndulula joined the Port Elizabeth club at the start of the season after being released by Kaizer Chiefs, but has battled with fitness issues that means he has not got near the first-team squad.

“The club would like to thank Bongani Ndulula for his professionalism throughout his short stint in Port Elizabeth. The player carried himself as a professional and had a good relationship with the supporters,” Chippa said in a statement.

“We would also like to thank him and his management team for the manner in which they handled the negotiations between the two parties. We wish the player all the best in his future endeavours.”

Ndulula made his PSL bow with Bloemfontein Celtic in the 2009/10 season and immediately won a move to Orlando Pirates.

He spent two-and-a-half seasons with Pirates, playing in the finals of the 2011 Nedbank Cup and MTN8 competitions as The Buccaneers lifted the trophies.

He was sent on loan to AmaZulu in January 2013 and made that move permanent, spending two more seasons in Durban before the club’s relegation to the National First Division.

He was a surprise selection by national team coach Shakes Mashaba for the 2015 African Nations Cup qualifiers, but repaid that faith with crucial goals against Sudan and Congo.

He was, however, discarded after the finals in Equatorial Guinea.

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