Masibusane Zongo has not reported back to work after the club’s game against Cape Umoya United on Friday, the 28th of February 2020!he newly signed Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC (TTM) midfielder,
And TTM does not want to conclude that the player is back to his wayward ways.
In a statement released by Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila on Monday, they said that Masibusane Zongo asked to go home to see his child after the game, but nobody knows where he is.
“Zongo asked to go home to see his child after the game. The team made arrangements for him to fly back on Sunday instead of travelling back with the whole team on Friday night.
“Currently, nobody knows where he is but it’s too early to conclude the player has gone back to his old infamous ways of disappearing without notifying the club,” reads a statement released by the club.
The club said that Masibusane Zongo didn’t report to work when training resumed on Tuesday, March 3.
“All we can say now is that Zongo did not report to work when training resumed on Tuesday, March 3 and we will wait for him to return before we can further discuss. We are anxious to hear from anyone who may know his whereabouts as his phone is switched off,” reads the statement.
Masibusane Zongo, 29-year-old midfielder joined TTM in January this year on a short term deal that will last until the end of this season, with an option to renew depending on his performance.
Masubusane Zongo was recalled for a second trial with Tottenham Hotspur, a high profile team in the Premier League.
According to reports on 1 April 2011 he was released from his contract by Vasco da Gama. In November 2011 he returned to Premier Soccer League club Supersport United.
Earlier this year TTM’s chief executive Sello Chokoe said that Masibusane Zongo was still “PSL material” and deserves another chance at the highest level.