SIMBA-SITHOLE

Simba on Bosso return

Fungai Muderere
Former Warriors and Ajax Cape Town forward Simba “Sgonondo” Sithole is reportedly seeking a return to Highlanders, a club he parted ways with mid last term owing to his failure to execute what strikers are hired to do, scoring goals.

Sithole, a former How Mine striker who was snatched by Ajax Cape Town just after the 2014 Chan tournament only to be released six months later to join Highlanders mid last year on a one-year contract, is said to have shown his face at Bosso’s training session on Tuesday.

“I heard that Simba Sithole was at training on Tuesday. I don’t know why some of the players are coming. Some just come and our juniors product Ryan Mabhena who was at Bulawayo City is training with us,” Highlanders chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede said.

Last season, Bosso could not renew Simba Sithole’s contract which expired on June 30 and they replaced  him with young Obert Tafira, who interestingly also failed to justify his presence in the black and white camp.

Also said to be eyeing another romance with Bosso is young Arnold “Punky” Ndiweni who was also loaned by the Bulawayo football giants to Bulawayo City last season.

Ndiweni nearly suffered a career threatening injury just before the start of the 2015 season when Highlanders took on Chapungu in a pre-season tie that was played at Babourfields Stadium.

Highlanders chairman Peter Dube is on record saying the club was too broke to be active on the transfer market a development that might compel them to settle for their junior products and free agents.#Some Transfer News Dot Com

Hadebe completes his Gamecocks loan move.

Warriors and Bantu Rovers defender Teenage Hadebe has finally completed a season-long move to champions Chicken Inn and he started training with them on Monday.

Hadebe, who spent the 2015 season on loan at Highlanders, is one of four new players the Gamecocks added to their Caf Champions League squad.

Archford Gutu dribbles past Dynamos  Dynamos fans on Tuesday were baffled upon realising that Achford Gutu snubbed their team for Caps United in a movie style manner.

The star was understood to have been training with the Harare giants, with Dynamos secretary-general Webster Chikengezha, confirming that terms had been agreed between the club and the player.

Gutu was then spotted on Tuesday at the giant National Sports stadium, not on the terraces, but on the pitch, donning the CAPS United jersey in a practice match against Kabwe Warriors of Zambia, a confirmation that he had opted for the green half of the capital.

Caps went on to lose the match 2-0.

Other notable “new” faces at Makepekepe included their former players Method Mwanjali, Edmore Sibanda and  Gilbert Mapemba, Allan  Gahadzikwa, Devon Chafa, Dennis Dauda, Cabby Kapamha and former Kaizer Chiefs man Abbas Amidu.