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'Yeye' biding his time

Former Supersport United midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane says he is still waiting for offers from clubs but is not stressed about his situation.

'Yeye' has been clubless since Supersport chose not to renew his contract at the end of last season. There was talk of the 36-year-old returning to Kaizer Chiefs in a coaching capacity, but the former Bafana midfielder says he is not yet ready to hang up his boots.

"But it can't be in another capacity at the moment because I'm still playing," Letsholonyane tells KickOff.com.

"Whatever will happen will be revealed when it happens. He [my agent] is still doing his job. I won't say definitely you'll see me in the Absa [Premiership next season], so we'll see what happens and take it from there.

"These days I'm just spending time at the gym. I'm also still busy with the Engen Under-18 Tournament, I'm their ambassador so I'm busy travelling and training alone. It is played in five cities, it started in PE and then two weeks back we were in Durban and then this weekend we are in Bloemfontein and then next weekend we are doing Joburg, then the last weekend it's Cape Town.

"And then later this year it's going to be the Champs Of Champs. Normally the Champs Of Champs are in Pretoria but obviously the dates and the venue will be told later when its time comes.

"At the moment we are still busy with these cities to get their overall champions. What happens is that in the cities there are a lot of teams that are participating in the LFAs, and then they play against each other fighting for a spot in, and then the 16 teams are the ones who are playing.

"The professional teams get an automatic entry. Because we are here in Bloemfontein, Bloemfontein Celti gets an automatic entry and then the 15 spots are all the teams that are playing in the local LFA, they fight for a spot until we get the 15 that we will add to Celtic so it can be 16 teams."