New Ngezi Platinum signing Partson Jaure has apologised to Dynamos fans for opting not to join the club.
Jaure made a surprise move to the league debutants despite interest from his former club,but insists his move was not motivated by money but rather an environment to restart his career after his contract end with South African side University of Pretoria following their relegation.
Jaure who was named as one of the players implicated in the Limpopo gate match fixing scandal says it was important to play at a club with less pressure.
“Those match fixing allegations really affected me he told the in an interview Herald. “So I couldn’t commit myself to joining a big club like Dynamos at the back of those allegations as any wrong move in the team was going to put me under pressure.
Jaure said the chance to work Tonderia Ndiraya was an added advantage and the Ngezi Platinum environment would be ideal for his career.
Jaure still harbours plans to play outside the country and only signing a one year contract. Jaure also gave a hint that he would like to play for Dynamos once again one day. “I will return to the club one day,you never know what happens in the future.
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