Legendary former Warriors and Highlanders goalkeeper Tapuwa Kapini’s future at South African Absa Premiership side Highlands Park is now uncertain if his Twitter post is anything to go by.
Kapini announced on the microblogging site on Monday that after a training session, the Highlands club manager told him that he was no longer in the coach’s future plans. He wrote:
Just disappointed went for morning training today and after training the team manager told us that we are not in coaches plans, that’s life GOD knows why.
The eccentric goalkeeper moved South Africa in 2006 after five years with Bosso and joined Platinum Stars.
He stayed with Dikwena for five years before leaving to join AmaZulu in 2011 and was on the move again in 2015 to Highlands Park where he became a key member of the squad and was appointed captain.
Kapini recently said that he is open to a returning to Highlanders before he hangs up his gloves.