I am a soldier: Joseph Molangoane on life after Amakhosi

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Joseph Molangoane in his last appearance in Kaizer Chiefs colours when he featured for 15 minutes against Golden Arrows at FNB Stadium in April last year.  Picture: Muzi Ntombela  BackpagePix
Joseph Molangoane in his last appearance in Kaizer Chiefs colours when he featured for 15 minutes against Golden Arrows at FNB Stadium in April last year. Picture: Muzi Ntombela BackpagePix

‘I didn’t expect it, but it happened. I have to accept it and move on,” said Joseph Molangoane after he was released by Kaizer Chiefs this week.

The 32-year-old utility player was let go by Amakhosi alongside George Maluleka and Kabelo Mahlasela following the expiry of their contracts on Tuesday.

“I have beautiful memories with Chiefs, but, at the end of the day, you have to understand that it’s a business. I took this on the chin as a man and accepted it. I am a soldier and I’ll bounce back,” Molangoane told City Press on Friday.

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