English club Stevenage part ways with South African defender Ntlhe

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The full-back has been released after the Boro signed former Millwall left-back Joe Martin on Tuesday

South African defender Kgosietsile Ntlhe has parted ways with Stevenage FC.

The 23-year-old  joined the English League Two outfit from Peterborough United prior to the recent 2016/17 season.

Ntlhe featured regularly for the Boro - making 22 league appearances for the club.

However, on Wednesday, Stevenage released the following statements on their official website:

"Stevenage FC can confirm that Kgosi Ntlhe has been released," statement read.

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"The club would like to thank Kgosi for his hard work during his time at Stevenage," another statement read.

The left-back was born in Pretoria and he was nurtured in the Peterborough academy in Cambridgeshire, before being promoted to the first team.

He made his Bafana Bafana debut in a 1-1 draw against Morocco in a friendly match which was played at the Adrar Stadium in Agadir four years ago.

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