Putsche leaves City

Image: Cape Town City Twitter

Cape Town City have confirmed that they have parted ways with Austrian midfielder Roland “Rolipu” Putsche by mutual consent.

Image: Cape Town City Twitter

Putsche joined City in July 2016 from Austria and made his debut in City’s maiden Absa
Premiership match on 23 August 2016, as a substitute and helped secure a 2-0 win over
Polokwane City.

Rolipu leaves Cape Town for his homeland having made 92 appearances and winning a Telkom Knockout and MTN8 winners’ medal in the process.

The 29-year-old Austrian said he will never forget his time in Cape Town.

“I just want to thank every single individual beginning by the club management over to our hardworking ladies and gentlemen in the office, to all my amazing teammates and coaches I had over the years, up to our incredible fans which makes my Cape Town City family complete. All of you have been and are a big part of my life and created memories with me that I will never forget.

“I’m not fully happy with my last game and my good bye so I might have to come back one day and come say goodbye in a proper manner. Love you all, until we see each other again.” Said Putsche.

Written by: Diski Voice