GEORGE Chigova has reportedly been told to look for a new club by relegated Polokwane City chiefs following the expiry of his contract.
According to South African publication FARPost, the Zimbabwean goalkeeper is among the players who have been told to consider their future elsewhere.
Club chairman Johnny Mogaladi is said to have addressed the players on Tuesday and advised all the players whose contracts came to an end upon the completion of the Absa Premiership to move on.
“Yes there was a meeting yesterday and everyone whose contract was coming to an end has been told they can go look for a job elsewhere,” a source told the publication.
Some of the players include long serving midfielder Jabulani Maluleke, Lehlohonolo Phali, Thabiso Semenya, Simphiwe Hlongwane, Bongile Booi and Edgar Manaka.
The other players who still have contracts with the team are expected to meet with the Chairman on Tuesday, 15 September to either negotiate for new GladAfrica contracts or otherwise.
City, who have been relegated to the National First Division are also home to other Zimbabweans, Charlton Mashumba and Walter Musona.-H-Metro