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Rusike finds new home

Raymond Jaravaza
ZIMBABWE international player Matthew Rusike has found a new home in Tunisia with CS Sfaxien after leaving Swedish club Helsinborg.

The former Kaizer Chiefs, who spent the year 2016 at the Swedish outfit Helsinborg, was recently was unveiled by the Tunisian giants and joins them on a three-year deal.

A statement by CS Sfaxien read “Pleased to announce the final conclusion of an agreement between the club and Zimbabwean striker Matthew Rusike after signing a three year contract with club”.

CS Sfaxien was founded in 1928 and was promoted into the Tunisian First Division in 1947 in 1950.

The club celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1978 by winning the Tunisian League title.

In November 1998, CS Sfaxien won the Caf Confederations Cup by beating Senegal’s ASC Jeanne d’Arc 2-1 in the final.

In more recent times, the club reached the final of the Caf Champions League but failed to beat Egyptian giants Al Ahly losing 2-1 on aggregate.