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Kaizer Chiefs agony for CAPS defender


No luck at South Africa trials ... Ronald Pfumbidzai

03/02/2015 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
Back at CAPS United ... Ronald Pfumbidzai
 
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CAPS United left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai returned to Harare on Tuesday morning after failing to land a last-minute deal with South Africa Absa Premiership leaders Kaizer Chiefs.

Pfumbidzai was on a ten-day trial, but the SA mid-season transfer window closed on Friday with no deal for the Zimbabwean.

His club though is making plans for his return to Chiefs for further assessments when the season ends. A European jaunt in Belgium is also on the cards.

Only three Zimbabweans made moves in the window with former Buymore and Black Leopards striker Kingston Nkhatha moving from Chiefs to SuperSport United on a three and half year deal.


Quit Mpumalanga Black Aces for AmaZulu ... Energy Murambadoro

Goalkeeper Energy Murambadoro moved from Mpumalanga Black Aces to AmaZulu to replace Tapuwa Kapini, who terminated his contract last Friday.

Warriors midfielder Peter Moyo joined National First Division side Witbank Spurs from Luveve Big X1 in Bulawayo. He had been playing for Highlanders before he made a move to Aces in South Africa, but failed to make the grade.

In Europe, only Knowledge Musona moved teams, joining KV Oostende of Belgium from Hoffeinheim of Germany.

The Warriors striker has had a nightmarish start, losing the opening match 7-1 before he was red carded in his second over the weekend.

With the Warriors not playing in the Africa Cup of Nations, chances of Zimbabwean players moving abroad are next to zero and that could even be worse of Zimbabwe is eventually banned by Fifa for Government interference.



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