Baroka FC captain Mduduzi Mdantsane says it is not his place to decide if he leaves the club or stays. Mdantsane’s future at Baroka has been subject to speculation with some reports linking him to a move to Kaizer Chiefs.

Mdantsane says he has no idea about Chiefs wanting his services, but leaves everything in the hands of club management and his agent. Mdantsane adds that the two weeks of pre-season have been good adding that the new players are also adapting well.

The skipper also congratulated the club on their six new acquisitions saying they are promising. Bakgaga left it late to secure another term in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) last season finishing just above the relegation zone in 14th spot with 29 points.

The league released fixtures for the 2019/20 Absa Premiership season this week and Baroka are at home against Cape Town City on 3 August. The 24-year-old says the fixture helps with preparations.

Mdantsane adds that the increase in prize money announced by the PSL  will improve the quality of competition. Report by Lethabo Kganyago