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Football | Absa Premiership

Contract offers unlikely - AmaZulu



AmaZulu are unlikely to offer a contract extension to either Tsweu Mokoro or Ramson Zhuwawo when their current deals expire in June.

Club officials said no negotiations with the pair were planned at the moment as coach Craig Rosslee is still deciding on which players he wants to keep for the next campaign.

Rosslee has told club management he still need a few weeks to decide while he attempts to clear the side out of relegation danger but indications from recent team selections are that neither Mokoro not Zhuwawo are likely to stay.

Mokoro played every league match under previous coach Roger Palmgren but after he was fired in November, the wingback has had just two appearances in the starting line-up and one as a substitute.

AmaZulu was the fifth club for the 31-year-old, who debuted almost 13 years ago and has made over 200 starts in the Premier Soccer League.

Zimbabwe international Zhuwawo has not made it onto the pitch in league action since Rosslee took over in December.

The tough tackling midfielder, who will be 30 later this year, has been at AmaZulu for three seasons after signing from former Zimbabwe champions Gunners FC



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