Mukamba Joins Caps United

The “Balotelli” of Zimbabwean football in terms of controversy, Dynamos midfield maestro Denver Mukamba, has traded his blue jersey for the green one, thereby becoming the first player to cross the floor this year.

By Sportbrief Reporter

Dynamos’ controversial talented midfielder Denver Mukamba has joined his club’s perrenial rival Caps United on a year long loan deal, Sportbrief can confirm.

The Dynamos midfield maestro is synonymous for causing trouble both on and off the pitch much like the infamous Italian striker, Mario Balotelli, with the player at one point having seen his contract with Dembare terminated in recent times before a prompt apology saw him re-instated at the club.

However, it would seem Mukamba’s bad boy image did not deter Caps United from securing a loan deal for the midfielder as he is now set to don the green jersey for this season.

Denver’s broken relationship with Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa is believed to have triggered his loan move with the DeMbare boss reportedly having made it clear to the executive that the former Soccer star was not in his plan. According to sources within the club, the loan deal was an economic move to avoid a financial draining divorce between the player and the club.

“He (Mukamba) will be playing for Caps United this year as he joined Caps on a one year deal,” said a source close to Mukamba.

It remains to be seen if Makepekepe will be able to handle the often “rowdy” Denver but seeing as they have been bold enough to take him on board perhaps they know a thing or two about keeping such a player disciplined.

In other news, former Mamelodi Sundowns forward Simba Nhivi has also joined the Green Machine.

According to reports, Nhivi inked a year long deal with the 2016 PSL Champions. Caps United are also on the verge of signing Peter Moyo from HowMine.

With registration deadline pegged for tomorrow, Rio is expected to have put pen to paper before day end.

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