Brave Warriors captain, Collin Benjamin’s tenure at Hamburg SV is set to finish at the end of this season because the club will not renew his contract for the next season.
The 33 year old who was recently told of his fate by the club will play his last match for Hamburg on May 14.
Commenting on the situation, the defender's agent, Hans-Josef Franken, told Hamburg Morgenpost: "This is stunning and is not like it should be. It's a pity I have not been given any signal.”
"We cannot wait any longer. We will start to look around now."
Speculation is rife about his future plans. According to www.kicker.de, Benjamin plans to either go to the United States to play Major League Soccer (MLS) or to join St Pauli who recently got relegated to the German second division.
Sources close to him however say that he is already in negotiations to sign for second division club Allemannia Aachen. They are currently 10th in the second division.
Benjamin joined the club in 2001 and was playing regularly for the club since 2002 when he graduated to the first team. This season, he has only played six matches, three of which he did not play the full 90 minutes.
Wilko Risser is the other Namibian player who will not have a contract for the next season. Risser is currently playing for SV Elversberg who are currently 10th in the Regionalliga (fourth division) with only four matches left to play.
Risser, who is a striker did not score any goals for his club this whole season and has not been a regular feature in the first team.
His brother Oliver is without a club after he played for Finnish Veikusliiga team KuPs last year. He has been without a club since October 2010 when his contract expired with the club.
Meanwhile, Razundara Tjikuzu will be playing second division football in Turkey next season after his club Kasimpasa Istanbul is set to be relegated with three matches to go in the current season. The team is currently at the bottom of the log.