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Highlanders busiest in transfer window

02/08/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
Busy transfer window ... Highlanders coach, Kelvin Kaindu
 
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MID-SEASON transfer activity closed late Wednesday with most clubs active on the market.

Highlanders were the biggest shoppers, bringing in six players while Chiredzi United were the biggest losers as well as cash-strapped Shabanie Mine also experiencing a mass player exodus although coach, John Phiri, managed to plug the holes leafy.

The Bulawayo giants managed to win the signature of long target Pasca Manhanga as well as Webster Chingodza, Tapiwa Dephistara, Kudzanayi Machazane and returnee Njabulo Ncube.

They loaned out Gift Saunyama to Shabanie Mine as only five changes are allowed during the mid-term period.

Shabanie Mine had Ashley Mukwena jumping ship to town rivals FC Platinum in what could increase the two sides’ enmity.

They also lost Daniel Chakupe to ZPC Karina as Luis Matawu joined How Mine.

The trio of Hardlife Mavundi, Zvikomborero Bizeki and Nelson Merson went to Triangle. Bizeki and Merson will be reunited with Biggie Zuze who used to coach them at Monomotapa United.

But Phiri brought in at Shabanie Lucky Nyathi from Bantu Rovers and the trio of Brighton Pamhirwa, Rowen Nenzou and Fidelis Mangezi from Chiredzi.

Pamhirwa and Nenzou are returning to their former club with the later coming back for a third stint.

Terrence Macho has also been signed by Phiri.

“We are not worried much by the players who left us because we have replaced them with equally good guys. It is game on. We will keep on fighting,” Phiri said.

Defending champions Dynamos have added Congolese midfielder Fabrice Mbimba, returnee Roderick Mutuma, defender Elisha Murkiest is coming in from Division One while Abel Gwatidzo has returned from a loan stint at Chiredzi.

Caps United have roped in Malawian international defender George Nyirenda together with Kelvin Bulaji.

They raided the Black Mambas camp for Honey Chimutimunzeve and Nicholas Alifandika. Unbeaten ZPC Karina signed Elvis Meleka from Botswana giants Mochudi Center Chiefs as well as Phillip Nelson from Chiredzi.

They however, lost Caleb Masocha to How Mine who let forward Benjamin Marere return to FC Platinum.

FIXTURES

Sunday: Caps United vs Chicken Inn (NSS, 1500hrs SS), Buffaloes vs Shabanie Mine (Sakubva Stadium), Highlanders vs How Mine (B/F), Black Rhinos vs Dynamos (Rimuka Stadium) ,Triangle United vs Bantu Rovers (Gibbo Stadium).



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