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16/04/2014 00:00:00
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RODRECK Mutuma has returned home to Zimbabwe with a move to his former club Dynamos now in the pipeline after he started training with the popular Harare club this week.

Mutuma was last week discarded by South African premiership side Bloemfontein Celtic after a difficult 15-month stay at the club during which he only started eight games and scored twice.

The lanky striker had fallen out of favour with Phunya Sele coach Ernst Middendorp who had not fielded him in any match this year, prompting the termination of his contract.

Dynamos have already confirmed their interest in the 26-year-old, who impressed during his first stay with the side where he finished as the league’s top goal scorer in 2011.



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