Cape Town - Chippa United midfielder Thamsanqa
Sangweni has suggested he failed at Orlando Pirates due to a breakdown
in his relationship with assistant coach Rulani Mokwena.
However, he made just three appearances in the Premiership and was sent back to Chippa at the end of that season.
The 29-year-old believes his relationship with Mokwena may have been to blame for the situation, although he holds no grudges.
Speaking to the Sowetan, the player said: "I had a disagreement with the assistant coach [Mokwena].
"I was confused. I do not know why we did not get along but I feel it was not about football at all. This fallout somehow triggered my departure from Pirates.
"We tried to sort out our differences [at that time]. I [even] went to speak to the chairman [Irvin Khoza] about this problem. He understood and told me to persevere and work harder.
"At the end of the day, parting ways was the best decision for both parties. Though I was disappointed about this whole thing, I hold no grudges against him."