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Striker Sibanda leaves Highlanders for Zambia?
12/01/2015 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
Off to Zambia? ... Charles Sibanda
 
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REIGNING PSL top goal-scorer and Soccer Star of the Year finalist Charles Sibanda has finally left Highlanders with reports linking him to Zambian side Power Dynamos.

Sibanda who has been Highlanders star player since joining from FC Platinum could not agree terms with the Bulawayo giants following the expiry of his contract with the club.

The former Motor Action forward joined Highlanders last season on a one-year deal after a stint with Platinum.

A past winner of the Soccer Star of the Year, Sibanda finished joint top goal scorer with How Mine's Kuda Musharu on 12 goals.


Joined Highlanders from FC Platinum ... Charles Sibanda in white and green kit

Highlanders chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede said they had parted ways with Sibanda after failing to agree on a contract extension.

"We failed to agree with Sibanda on contractual issues. He demanded a lot of money in signing-on fees so we had to go separate ways because we don't have the kind of money his agent wants,” said Gumede.

“You know our sponsors have reviewed our sponsorship downwards and we are operating with a
tight budget."

Highlanders, like their rivals Dynamos, are operating on a shoe string budget as their sponsorship was recently reviewed downwards by more than 40% by their principal sponsors BancABC.

Sibanda has also been linked with Zimbabwe champions Dynamos.



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