By Daniel Itai, Ekhurhuleni, South Africa
Yesterday was a bad hair day for Zimbabwe’s veteran goalkeeper, Tapiwa Kapini, who was told in the early hours of his training session that his services were no longer needed.
This comes after his former club Highlands Park FC, concluded its Premier Soccer League (PSL) status sale to First Division (FD) side, TS Galaxy.
“I thought I was perhaps left with two years before I was told to coach the juniors but it didn’t go that way. I kept being told by one of the diirectors that everything is okay don’t worry about your contract we will sort it out just after the bubble. Now I have to look for a job somewhere else but I will never give up.
If it was in my hands, I would have controlled it but unfortunately that’s not the case but I wish all the best to the new team and the players that remained they are talented and am sure they will do a sterling job,” said Kapini.
Many football revelers have since castigated the move taken by the directors of both Highlands Park and TS Galaxy which has since left many players and the technical team of Highlands Park in limbo.
Highlands Park is now the latest PSL team to be sold this season following the sale of Bidvest Wits to another FD side, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzvhindila.