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Zvasiya back at Chiefs after Greek spell
19/06/2014 00:00:00
by Agencies
 
 
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KAIZER Chiefs defender Lincoln Zvasiya will be heading back to Amakhosi, following his unsuccessful loan spell at Greek side OFI Crete.

The Zimbabwe international had a decent stint at OFI Crete during his six months stay there, making six starts and two substitute appearances in the Greek Super League.

However, since leaving Crete in December, the 23-year-old defender was inactive after Chiefs decided not to recall him during the January Transfer Window.

Goal has been informed by Zvasiya's representative Alban Newman of Prosport International, that the Zimbabwean defender is still Chiefs' property.

"Lincoln still belongs to Chiefs. His current deal with them goes beyond this June. He will be heading back to them (for pre-season training)," Newman told Goal. 

Nonetheless, the former FC Platinum player is unlikely to be kept for the upcoming season, after Chiefs had confirmed that they will release the majority of the players prior to next season.



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