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Caps set to lose another key player

CAPS United’s new darling John Zhuwawu could be living on borrowed time at the Green Machine camp amid revelations that he is a wanted man in South Africa .

BY SPORTBRIEF REPORTER

South African top-flight side Ajax Cape Town’s scouting team is currently in the country and John Zhuwawu is believed to be on their raddar.

Zhuwawu,22, has become a striking pillar and his combination with Dominic Chungwa is proving to be yielding the much needed results in the Makepekepe camp.

One of the Ajax Cape Town scouts, Patrick Mitangu, confirmed their interest in the player.

“We have been tracking him (Zhuwawo). He has scored three goals in four matches and we are considering him alongside Christian Ntouba Epoupa,” Mitangu said.

“We are looking for a striker, so the chief scout is going to submit a report to the technical team, which will make the final decision,”he added.

With the departure of Brian Abbas Amidu, Zhuwawu’s chance to command the starting jersy finally came and has since done justice to his employers.

The former Gunners forward has since scored three goals in four matches for the Green Machine, performance which has drawn interest from Ajax Cape Town.

He will be under the spotlight when he plays his first Harare derby, as he takes over the responsibility of leading the attack in the absence of chief striker Dominic Chungwa, who is suspended for accumulating three yellow cards.

From Dynamos, the Ajax Cape Town scouts have been impressed by Epoupa, Ocean Mushure, Emmanuel Mandiranga, Cleophas Kapupurika, as well as right-back Peace Makaha and Phakamani Dube, who has played as a makeshift left-back in the absence of the injured Carlos Rusere.

From Ngezi Platinum, Mitangu said they were impressed by Terrence Dzvukamanja, Quadr Amini, Tichaona Mabvura, Edgar Mhungu and Clive Augusto.

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