Speedster Madosh Tambwe has penned an emotional farewell letter as he prepares to leave the Bulls for French Top 14 side Bordeaux Bègles.
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The 25-year-old Democratic Republic of the Congo-born winger has spent two seasons at the Bulls after joining from the Sharks in 2021.
After struggling for game time at the Sharks, Tambwe proved a hit at the Bulls. He scored 19 tries in the recently-concluded United Rugby Championship.
The Bulls finished runners-up after losing 18-13 to the Stormers in last Saturday’s final in Cape Town.
“Trying to fit my journey at this club in 10 photos or a video is close to impossible, it was short lived but boy it was one hell of a joyride , my career has taken another direction and I am looking forward to this next chapter which I’ll grab with both arms,” he wrote on Instagram.
“Got a few thank yous to give , firstly to Edgar Rathbone (Bulls CEO) thank you for allowing me to join one of if not the best franchise in the country that is the Bulls. Jake White, thank you for the impact you’ve had not only in my career but my life as a whole, I’ll never forget these years of working with you, as well as the backroom staff, coaches, doctors and physios thank you. Elias Bennett thank you for your services thanks for being a great manager and person!
“Lastly my teammates the most important people in all this, we might not have finished the season on our terms but I wouldn’t choose to have done it with any other bunch of individuals! Thank you for great memories we made in my term serving the Blue, going to miss you guys and only wishing you guys the best individually and collectively in your journeys going forward.
“To the Loftus faithful! Thank you for making my experience in Pretoria memorable.”