Edmore Chirambadare: "He Needs to go Where he can Express Himself"

Johannesburg - M Sports Management, Michael Ngobeni, has explained that his player Edmore Chirambadare needs to move on, in order to express himself, after his departure from Amakhosi. 

Polokwane City and Golden Arrows are some of the clubs linked with the 26-year-old left winger, though his agent has been reluctant to discuss a potential destination for the Zimbabwean. 

“At the end of the day, it’s good for all the parties – the club and the player. The club is running a business, while from the player’s side, time is money. So, it’s all good and nothing personal.

“If Chiefs decided that the player needed to go somewhere else in order to get game-time, then why not? 
Edmore Chirambadare 

“You must remember that we are talking about the same player who was voted the Most Improved Player (at Chiefs at the end of the 2016/17 season). He needs to go where he can express himself so that people can see his potential,” said Ngobeni.

“People must be reminded that these players (Chirambadare and other Chiefs signings) were not signed by mistake, but it’s one of those things in football. A coach might come to a new club and not believe in a player that much.

“Another one would come and like the player’s style of play. I’m sorry, I can’t give you the names of clubs at the moment, but there is interest in the boy,” he said.


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