In a mutual agreement, Andile Jali and Mamelodi Sundowns have decided to part ways, bringing an end to the midfielder's illustrious five-year journey with the club.Arriving at Sundowns in 2018, the former Bafana Bafana international leaves as one of the most decorated players in the Premier Soccer League.
Jali showcased his influential presence throughout his tenure, gracing the field in 142 matches and capturing multiple trophies, including an impressive five league titles.
Jali's impact was undeniable, particularly in the team's two triumphant domestic treble campaigns. His exceptional skills and contributions to the sport were evident even before joining Sundowns, solidifying his reputation as one of the PSL's finest talents.
The club expressed their sincere appreciation in a statement: "We thank Andile for his remarkable contribution and extend our best wishes for his future endeavours. "The memories of his remarkable performances for Ka Bo Yellow will forever be cherished by the club and its devoted supporters." As Jali departs, bidding farewell to an era of excellence, he embarks on a new chapter in his career, fueled by the opportunity to explore fresh horizons.However, Jali leaves the club, after alongside co-accused Sipho Mbule, were both identified to have transgressed club policy by arriving at training at Chloorkop under the influence of alcohol.The pair forced the Sundowns management to sideline the players, with Jali not featuring for the Brazilians since the Nedbank Cup round of 32 against Richards Bay FC.Fans will undoubtedly reflect on his remarkable impact on Sundowns' success, recognizing his status as one of the league's most accomplished players.Read more on news24.com