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University of Pretoria eye Mukamba as Caps defender in Denmark


On loan at Unversity of Pretoria from Bidvest Wits ... Denver Mukamba

08/05/2015 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter I Supersport
 
Likely to stay at AmaTuks ... Denver Mukamba
 
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SOUTH African premiership side University of Pretoria have hinted their intentions of retaining Zimbabwean midfielder Denver Mukamba for next season.

Mukamba is on loan at AmaTuks from Bidvest Wits and has of late made good his stay in the capital city; starting 12 games with a further eight substitute appearances and scoring thrice.

“We will have to wait until the end of the season,” Sammy Troughton, the co-coach at Tuks, tells KickOff.com.

“However, you have to understand that Wits are in charge in this situation and so they will determine what happens.

Everything is dependent on discussions as he has done well in some games for us. If truth be told the potential is there in him and even if we say we want him this is all up to Wits.”

After battling to break into the Tuks team earlier in the season, during which he played in the MultiChoice Diski Challenge, the 22-year-old has pressed hard of late, starting 10 of the last dozen matches.

Mukamba remains a fan-favourite in Zimbabwe where he played for popular Harare giants Dynamos.

Danish club asseses Caps United defender


Undergoing trials in Denmark ... Caps United defender Ronald Pfumbidzai

CAPS United defender back Ronald Pfumbidzai is under assessment by Danish topflight league club Hobro IK.

He left the country at the weekend and started training on Wednesday. He will be at Hobro IK for the next two weeks.

Caps United chief executive Joe Makuvire said their policy was not to stand in the way of a player and wished him well.

"It's good for him as a player,” said Makuvire.

“I think you remember he had trials with Kaizer Chiefs early this year and he can only develop as a player.

“Our policy is we don't stand in the way of a player if he wants to move. He has our blessings and we wish him well. We approved the transaction some two months ago." said Makuvire.

Hobro IK are currently on seventh position on the league table with 38 points with leaders Midtjylland on 64 points from 27 matches of the campaign.

The club started playing their first ever season in the Danish super league in 2014-15 season following their promotion.



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The Caps United full-back also had trials with South African Premiership giants Kaizer Chiefs but he could not be signed as the transfer window had already closed by then.

Should he make the grade at Hobro IK he will play alongside Antipas who has also played for SønderjyskE and Brondby in that country.

Antipas also played in Morocco, after stints with Motor Action and Caps United.

Another Zimbabwean, former Harare City forward Silas Songani, also plays his club football in Denmark turning out for SønderjyskE.

Songani has been there since January 2014.


 
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