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26/03/2016 00:00:00
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YOUNG Warriors striker Thomas Kadyaridzire is close to signing for Chicken Inn after training with the reigning PSL champions for the past two weeks.

Kadyaridzire’s handlers have asked Dynamos to release the 18-year-old from his three-year contract after failing to enjoy game time last season.

Highlanders snubbed the offer for the forward but Chicken Inn coach Joey Antipas has been impressed by the player.

“He is an exciting young player and yes I am going to sign him. I have been closely watching him for the past two weeks and he has proved to be a very talented young man,” Antipas said.

“We hope Dynamos will release him and if they do I will definitely sign and register him for our 2016 squad.

"I have seen a lot of potential in Thomas and for someone of his age he can play some good football. He is the kind of player I want.”

Chicken Inn are however about to release veteran midfielder Bhekimpilo Ncube, Guide Goddard and David Temwanjira.



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