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Going Solo: Billiat Fires Agent, New one Promises Better Future

Pretoria - Zimbabwean and Sundowns forward Khama Billiat has vented his frustration on his agent, after her failed bid to relocate abroad...

Pretoria - Zimbabwean and Sundowns forward Khama Billiat has vented his frustration on his agent, after her failed bid to relocate abroad from Chloorkop.

Meanwhile, Billiat has joined M-Sports Management on a two-year contract to represent him. Players represented include, Justin Shonga, Edmore Chirambadare, Dove Wome and Lameck Banda, who will join Sundowns next year, on their books.

“Khama joined M-Sport Management now. We are happy and the company is doing well. We are going to work with Khama in his best interests to make sure that everything will be handled correctly,” the director, Michael Ngobeni said.

According to media sources, Siyabulela Loyilane who replaced the late Edzai Kasinauyo as his go-between was supposed to facilitated his transfer during the Janury transfer window possibly to Azerbaijan’s Qarabağ FK - but the South African failed, leading to the dismissal. 
Khama Billiat Finds New Agent

Billiat has only six months left to his contract, meaning he can leave a free agents in June, despite rumoured interest from Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.

“Billiat is no longer my client. We terminated our relationship a few days ago. I don’t know who he is working with now,” Loyilane told Independent Media.

Loyilane confirmed that Billiat’s decision was influenced by him not being able to secure a move away.

“Yes, that is the main reason why we decided to end our relationship, and I don’t know what to say more than that,” she concluded.

The late agent had speculted on Billiat's future before his death.

“Khama is approaching his 27th birthday and we need to make sure that the next contract that he signs is the right one for him and his career. You know that there are clubs who are interested but Sundowns want to keep him. He is considering his options,” the late Kasinauyo said at the time.

In spite of the uncertainty surrounding Billiat’s future, the Harare-born attacker is still very much part of coach Pitso Mosimane’s plans.

Billiat most recently found himself on the scoresheet against Cape Town City as his solitary strike allowed the Brazilians to extend their lead at the top of the league table.

Back in 2012, Billiat spoke about his wish to play abroad.

“I am always ready to go to Europe. I will never give up on this dream, even if it takes long to come. What I can only say at the moment is that I prefer the Spanish or French league,” Billiat said. then.\

“Earlier this year when I trained with Ajax Amsterdam, I realised that I am ready for Europe. Football is the same everywhere. The coaches at Ajax gave me the chance to express myself but put much emphasis on not losing possession unnecessarily,” he added. 

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