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Jambo shown Kaizer Chiefs exit door
17/06/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
 
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KAIZER Chiefs Zimbabwean left back Zhaimu Jambo is set to be offloaded by the ABSA Premiership giants following a horrific leg injury sustained during a match against Bidvest Wits University in the 2012/13 season.

The former Gunners defender failed to play a single match for Amakhosi in the just ended season and is highly likely to be sacrificed as Kaizer Chiefs seeks to open up a foreigner spot as some players are expected to arrive for trials ahead of the forthcoming season.

Team mate Mandla Masango is also according to reports from South Africa set to leave the club after he found the going tough under Stuart Baxter, making just three League starts in the last two seasons.

“Both players are leaving Kaizer Chiefs,” a KickOff.com source at Naturena said.

“Chiefs are also trying to create space for more foreign players that are set to arrive for trials during pre-season.”

Jambo suffered a terrible knee injury in the Telkom Knockout against Bidvest Wits in 2012/13 season after he was fouled by fellow countryman Tinashe Nengomasha towards the end of the game at Bidvest Stadium.

Wits won the match 3-2.

Most Zimbabwean players who are finding it difficult in the ABSA premiership are eventually deciding to come back home to pursue their careers.

Former Bloemfontein striker Rodreck Mutuma is now back home at his former club Dynamos although he is still to play for them due to complications in his transfer.

Former Caps United and Moroka Swallows defender Oscar Machapa is also back home with champions Dynamos after he was deemed excess to requirements while Simba Sithole who had stints with Supersport United and Mamelodi Sundowns is also back in Zimbabwe.



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