As Moroka Swallows begin to build for the next campaign, the club have decided to release three players following their fourth-place finish in the Premier Soccer League this season.
Coach Gavin Hunt insisted there would be changes at the club following the team's disappointing end to the seasonwhich saw them drop down the table after they had looked certain for second spot and an African Champions League place.
And now defenders Lefa Mogaila and Martin Zwane, as well as midfielder George Lekgetho, have all been told they can leave the club for pastures new.
Mogaila, the 21-year-old former Moletsane Sampdoria player, made just one appearance in the BP Top Eight for the Beautiful Birds this season, a game Hunt's men lost 5-0 to Orlando Pirates in what was perhaps their worst performance of the season.
Zwane was slightly more productive, appearing four times for the club, the 33-year-old's final game coming in the 2-1 league victory over Pirates in February.
Lekgetho also didn't feature much under Hunt during the last campaign.
Meanwhile, Jabu Mendu's move to Kaizer Chiefs is on, with the Bafana Bafana midfielder set to sign on the dotted line this week.
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