The Liberian international has been struggling with injuries in the past couple of seasons, having played just a single minute in a cameo appearance last season in the league.
The Limpopo-based side recently released a statement stating that they have parted ways with Manyisa having signed the former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns player in July.
The goalie was said to have been excluded from the plans of co-coaches Manqoba Mngqithi and Rhulani Mokwena but it seems the duo have changed their tune about the former Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper.
The Zambian has failed to make an impact at the Buccaneers since his arrival in 2019.
“I can only hope for the best for him, but seriously, someone needs to help him out because he is struggling financially,” a source told Phakaaathi.
Former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Tokelo Rantie could join Kenyan giants, Gor Mahia a source has whispered to the Phakaaathi gang’s ears.

Celebs & viral ‘Keeping up with the Motsepes’: Matthew Booth tells soccer players how to spend their money

The former Bafana Bafana defender credits meeting his financial advisor early in his career as one of his best decisions.

local soccer Manyisa to Swallows? Birds interested in former Pirates, Sundowns midfielder

“But the stumbling block could be that Swallows have already signed too many players and are already getting stick for it,” said a source. 

Mgosi New Dstv Premiership side TTM hit by financial crisis

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila are said to be struggling financially and have not paid some of their players which is why they could not have a full squad for their MTN8 quarter final match against SuperSport United last weekend.

Mgosi Ex-Ghana star Muntari rejects Maritzburg’s first offer, says it’s too small

Sulley Muntari landed in South Africa on a private jet on Monday to meet with Maritzburg United chairman, Farook Kadodia over a possible move to the club.

local soccer Discredited Eymael given short shrift after applying for Sundowns job

“The president told him off and said he would never work for Sundowns while he was involved with the club,” a source told Phakaaathi

local soccer Kaizer Chiefs keen on another former Wits defender

Chiefs already have Sifiso Hlanti training with them and have now set their sights on Mkhwanazi, but much depends on a successful appeal against their transfer ban.

Mgosi Mkhwanazi’s big salary demands scare off AmaZulu

A source has revealed that Mkhwanazi wanted around R5-million per annum which amounts to just over R400 000 a month and that was a bit over budget for Usuthu.

Mgosi Reported Chiefs target fighting for his release from TTM

Nange is not willing to go back to Venda with the new club and would rather challenge himself at one of the bigger clubs, a source close to the situation has said.

Mgosi Is Monare giving up on Kaizer Chiefs dream move?

Monare has always been open about his wish to play for the Naturena-based side, but seems to be giving up with SuperSport United now likely to be his next home.

Mgosi Chiefs looking to sign Musonda should appeal succeed

Phakaaathi has been led to believe that Kaizer Chiefs are lining up a deal to lure Black Leopards captain Mwape Musonda should they be successful with overturning their transfer ban in the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Mgosi Ex-Chiefs striker Paez eyes PSL return

Former Kaizer Chiefs striker, Gustavi Paez is looking to come back to South Africa, Phakaaathi has heard.

local soccer Pirates rekindle interest in Maritzburg goalkeeper Ofori

The Buccaneers are said to be preparing a deal that will include Tlolane and another player in order to convince the Blue Hearts to part with their prized keeper.

Mgosi Swallows show interest in out-of-favour Sundowns winger

Swallows FC are said to be pondering on Mamelodi Sundowns’ offer regarding Aubrey Ngoma.

Mgosi Lorch wants out at Pirates, eyeing European move

Orlando Pirates star, Thembinkosi Lorch is said to be unsettled at the club and looking to make a move away with Europe his preferred destination.


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