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‘TYSON’ TAKES ‘BIRDS’ TO PLAYERS STATUS COMMITTEE

By Sabelo Majola | 2018-01-13

SOCCER - Glamour capital city side Mbabane Swallows young defender Colani ‘Tyson’ Magagula has taken his employers to the Players Status Committee for denying him his clearance. According to a source close to the matter, the player demanded his clearance from the club to join a club of his choice but Swallows are believed to have refused to entertain the player’s demands and he took the matter up. “Mbabane Swallows General Manager Sandile Zwane said he was surprised that the player was taking the team to the PSC as he extended his contract with the team for two years over a month ago. “It is news to me, as far as I know the player extended his stay at Swallows with a two year extension to his contract so I don’t why he would take us to the PSC,” he said.

Tyson has been unhappy with his lack of game-time with the red and white ensemble and had been looking forward to joining a new side this season. He is said to be interested in joining flamboyant side Matsapha United or Moneni Pirates, anything but not Swallows. Notably, ‘Tyson’ was spotted with the ‘Buccaneers’ during the pre-season, sparking speculation he would be joining the Ernest Mavuso led side. He was later spotted training with the Birds again this season, but hasn’t featured in any of their matches.

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