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JIMMOH MOSES WANTS OUT

By Melusi Mlotsa | 2020-01-15

SOCCER – MBABANE  Highlanders captain Jimmoh Moses could soon be on his way out of the team.

The Nigerian player has reportedly tabled certain demands before the club’s boss Ally Kgomongwe,  including a signing on fee and an  annual travelling allowance  of over E15 000. 

A source close to the matter revealed that the two parties were currently at loggerheads following their meeting held after the capital city derby victory over Mbabane Swallows over the weekend at Somhlolo National Stadium.

“The situation is not looking good as the player was told that he will be released to join a team of his choice since the current leadership is clueless about outstanding personal terms,” the source said.

Highlanders Director Ally Kgomongwe confirmed their recent talks with the player when sought for comment yesterday.

“Jimmoh told us that he wants his signing-on fee and other personal demands but we are still trying to sort out the issue. We might be forced to release him if the matter is not resolved,” he said.

Moses could not be reached for comment until the compiling of the report.

Moses joined Highlanders mid-last season  from the now defunct Matsapha United alongside Sabelo ‘Sawa’Gamedze, Khanyakwezwe Shabalala , Menzi Mamba and Mxolisi Dlamini. He has been one of the best performers for Highlanders this season  under the guidance of current head coach Thabo ‘Koki’ Vilakati and Zenzele ‘Ace’ Dlamini.

Moses arrived in the country eight years ago and he has played for Mbabane Swallows Denver Sundowns. 

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