SuperSport CEO slams Mbule: He’s unreliable, won’t play for club again!

SuperSport CEO slams Mbule: He’s unreliable, won’t play for club again!

The saga surrounding midfielder Sipho Mbule at SuperSport had recently a new twist after he was suspended indefinitely by the club.

Mbule was one of the players who was at the centre of numerous stories during the transfer window, withMatthews delivering a scathing review of his conditioning after the Christmas break.

Speaking to SA FM last year, Matthews said Mbule’s ill-discipline is the reason he would not be sold to any club at this stage, despite having reportedly been on the radar of both Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns in this past January transfer window.

Mbule may be one of the well-known figures in Kaitano Tembo’s team, but after a long absence from action dating back to November 2021, he recently featured in his first match of the year, and some thought it may mark a turning point for him.

He added that it was suspected that Mbule may be trying to force a move away from the club, while even suggesting “we’d rather play without him and finish lower in the league”.

“Sipho has been excused from training until further notice for disrespecting his teammates and the technical team,” Matthews had told TimesLIVE last Wednesday evening.

Previously, his agent Mike Makaab said everything regarding Mbule’s future will be clearer by May, with it clear that he will leave SuperSport at the end of the season.

Recently, former Bafana player Alton Meiring says out-of-favour Sipho Mbule needed to show mental strength rather than just sulk

“Mbule just needs to keep working because there is always reward for putting in the hard work,” former Sundowns and South Africa player Aton Meiring has now told KickOff.com.

“He (Mbule) must still keep working on earning that move that he desires the same way he has done in raising the interest in the past. This is his career and so he must be first to show the desire.

“The player might not be happy, but the club cannot stop him from the joy of working towards what he needs for his career. He has a contract and so must honour it by working the same way he has done all these years.

“He must also look into his lifestyle instead of feeling like a victim in this situation. It is up to how strong he is in this situation.

“He must be the first at training and last to leave so that he sends a message to the club about that his mind is up to it.”

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