Dynamos captain Ocean Mushure could not make it to the provisional list of players called up for National Duty to play against Lesotho and Namibia next month away from home, with CAPS United sending in two players while Highlanders have one.
BY SPORTBRIEF REPORTER
Mushure who exhibited a top drawer performance at the COSAFA Cup in South Africa 3 months ago is slowly becoming a pale shadow of his former self. He is failing to replicate his form into the domestic premiership where his team is in the title matrix although losing grip at an increasing rate. No player from the Glamour Boys made it to the provisional list.
Another notable absentee is CAPS United captain Hardlife Zvirekwi, the 2016 Soccer Star of The Year, who is blowing hot and cold in the field of play.
“The Zimbabwe Football Association kindly requests your office to facilitate the release of the above-mentioned players to be part of the national team’s matches against Lesotho and Namibia on 8 and 11 November 2017 respectively. The player should report for camp on the 6th of November at the ZIFA head offices located in Harare at 160 Enterprise Road in Chisipite,” read part of the notice sent to top flight clubs from ZIFA to release players.
Here is the list of local players requested by ZIFA from their respective clubs to join.
- Dennis Dauda (Yadah)
- Leeroy Mavhunga (Yadah)
- Qadr Amin (Ngezi Platinum)
- Liberty Chakoroma (Ngezi Platinum)
- Devon Chafa (Caps United)
- Edmore Sibanda (Caps United)
- Peter Muduwa (Highlanders)
- Kelvin Moyo (FC Platinum)
- Ali Sadiki (FC Platinum)
- Ishmael Wadi (Bulawayo City)
- Jameson Mukombwe (Black Rhinos
The Lesotho game is a friendly match sanctioned by FIFA whilst the Namibia one is an invitational tournament for a National event in Namibia.