Kaizer Chiefs executive chairman Kaizer Motaung has heaped praise on out-going veteran midfielder Tinashe Nengomasha
The General, as he is affectionately known in Naturena, will bring down the curtain on more than a decade’s worth of commitment to the Soweto giants when his contract expires at the end of June.
And Motaung, who handed the player the Chairman’s Special Award during the club’s end-of-season awards ceremony in May, says he has been honoured to have worked with the playmaker over the past 11 years.
“I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of the Club to thank Tinashe Nengomasha for the contribution he has made to the Club since joining us as a youngster back in 2002,” he told Amakhosi’s official website.
“From the first day he came to the Club he was someone you knew you could trust and would never let you down on the pitch.
“He always carried himself as a professional and his dedication on the pitch was second to none. He was a fighter and earned respect not only from his team-mates but his peers in the (PSL) and fans alike.
“Parting ways is not always easy but all good things do come to an end. Change alone always comes with mixed feelings, but we are very confident that Tinashe will succeed where ever he goes to continue with his career.
“He was a great servant for the Club and we will forever cherish the years he spent with us and we would like to wish him all the best in his new endeavours.”
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