With less than 7 days before the Premier Soccer League transfer window curtain comes down on the domestic scene, it is still gold rush for the clubs to grab the available gems in a bid to polish up their squads to challenge for honours in this year’s championship campaign.
Languishing in the mucky waters of relegation, Mutare City, in a bid to save their face this year, have ropped in Agrippa Murimba, Victor Twaliki, and Vimbai Madamombe into their structures.
Stephen Sibanda of Mutare City who has been training with Harare giants CAPS United is reportedly back in Mutare, with details still sketchy about his ‘stint’ in Harare.
Lyndon Kanyemba, Mutare City Rovers’ team manager, could not shed more light but indicated that Sibanda is in Mutare.
“He (Stephen) is still our player and we are yet to clear him,” he said.
“His contract will expire on the 31st of July, hence as of now, he is still our player. He attended our training session in the morning today,” Kanyemba added.
First choice Mutare City goal keeper, Philip Nhete, is linked with a move to Tanzanian side Azana FC but Kanyemba said he can’t shed more light on that.
“Nhete is currently in Harare so I am not in a position to comment as I did not speak to him today. We will notify you if anything materialize,” he said.
Tanzania is slowly becoming another home for Zimbabwean footballers after Bruce Kangwa followed Method Mwanjali this week.
Thabani Kamusoko and Donald Ngoma are already plying their trades in the coastal nation.