Dinamo-BSUPC part ways with Banyana Banyana star Rhoda Mulaudzi
Belarusian champion ended relations with South Africa international following expiration of contract
Belarusian women’s Premier League team Dinamo-BSUPC have parted ways with Rhoda Mulaudzi by mutual consent.
Banyana striker Banyana joined Volodymyr Reva’s side from the South African side of the Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies in the summer of 2020.
Before moving to Minsk, she helped Sundowns Ladies win the first SNWL in April and also won the top scorer award.
At Dinamo, she made a huge impact during her time, inspiring her team to a national double, including winning their first league title.
During his 12-month span, the 31-year-old star, who struggled for regular playing time, scored eight goals and provided three assists in his 15 appearances for the Belarusian champions.
Following the expiration of his contract with the 2020 league champions, the club announced that his stay was over.
“By agreement of the parties, striker Roda Mulaudzi will leave the Dynamo-BGUFK squad,” the club confirmed via his website Thursday.
“In the 2020 season Roda has appeared in 10 matches, scored 7 goals and provided 3 assists. This year the footballer has played 5 matches and scored one goal.
“The Dinamo-Minsk football club thanks Roda for his work in the women’s team and wishes him good luck in his pursuit of his career.”
Following her departure, she becomes the second South African star to leave the club, after Bambanani Mbane in January and she leaves behind her compatriot defender Lebogang Ramalepe.
With his exit, Mulaudzi’s future is uncertain after his last overseas expedition, having previously played for Cypriot side Apollon Ladies, Canberra United in Australia and now Dinamo in Belarus.