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Dynamos send three players out on loan
03/03/2015 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
Threee players released on loan ... Dynamos coach David Mandigora
 
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DYNAMOS have sent on a season-loan three youngsters Abel Gwatidzo, goalkeeper Devine Mhoya and promising midfielder to newly-promoted PSL side Dongo Sawmills.

The trio will be attached at Dongo, whose interest in the players grew during a friendly match with Dynamos two weeks ago.

“I can confirm these boys would be at Dongo this season. It is in the best interest of their careers,” Dynamos secretary general Webster Chikengezha said.

“We believe they will learn a lot through enjoying more game time. By the time they return to Dynamos we are sure they would have gathered some top-flight football experience.”

It seemed Fireyi was on the verge of cementing a first team spot when he impressed under Callisto Pasuwa last season.

For Gwatidzo, Gwatidzo it seems he is failing to fit into the first team as the Dongo move is his third loan stint from the club.

He was first set to Gunners in 2012 before he spent the first half of last season at Chiredzi FC.



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