Mulaudzi’s move to Cyprus lasted for just over three months of her initial one-year deal she penned in July for the Cypriot first division women’s top tier.
The-29-year-old made her official and only debut with the current log leaders during a UEFA Champions League match in August this year, however the relationship between the two parties was not as good as everyone would have thought, as she cited ill-treatment.
“Things didn’t go well where I was (Apollon Ladies) not in terms of playing because my performances were good, but the treatment was bad. Sometimes when you are playing abroad you must make this kind of difficult decision when you see that things are not going the way you were promised,” Mulaudzi told FARPost.co.za.
“So, I thought it was better for me to come back home than to stay there when things were going horribly wrong for me. To be honest, I thought going to Cyprus would be good for my profile especially playing in the UEFA Champions League, she said.
“I do not regret at all for terminating the contract even when I am sitting alone, I don’t regret my decision. It was bad for me because the treatment I was getting was not proper at all, so I had to think about my well being instead of the money or the league I am playing in.
“I can’t go into details maybe one day I will go into details but for now I want to focus on the National League because I still have ambitions of going overseas,” added Mulaudzi.
Since her return to home soil, the Banyana forward has found the back of the net five times in four outings for Sundowns Ladies, who are currently leading the National Women’s League with a 100% record after eight encounters.