By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
South African Premier League outfit Black Leopards have mutually agreed to end their working relationship with Kgosietsile King Ndlovu despite having a contract till the summer of 2022.
The 28-year-old South African left the Club on Wednesday, thus ending a difficult period in the career of the GA-Rankuwa native.
King struggled for game time in his time on the books of the Club, making less than 50 appearances since joining them in 2018 from rivals Jomo Cosmos.
This season, King kept three clean sheets from 15 games, but disappointingly conceded 24 goals in that time.
The former Roses United and FC Cape time keeper has endured similar experience at most of the clubs he has played for as he mostly occupies the understudy role.
The journeyman in South African football is therefore available for a new challenge to add to the number of clubs he has represented.
As a former employee of Garankuwa United FC and Tshwane United, any club he switches to will be his 7th club.
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