FORMER Castle Lager Premier Soccer League champions, Chicken Inn, have parted ways with three veteran players Thabani Goredema, Chris Samakwere and Brian Juru in a bid to freshen up their squad.
The three old war horses have been part of the Gamecocks family for the past couple of seasons and were shown the exit just before the closure of the leaguea��s second transfer window.
The second transfer window opened on 1 July and it will close on 31 July.
a�?We offloaded Chris Samakwere and we offered the player to Bulawayo City. We also offloaded Thabani Goredema who asked to finish his contract at a club where he will be able to get regular game time. Brian Jurua��s contract with us was terminated. This is all in a bid to freshen up our squad. There is a need to accommodate more youngsters in our team,a�? said Chicken Inn spokesperson Tavengwa Hara.
Goredema, a holding midfielder, is reportedly eyeing a move to Harare giants CAPS United.
Chicken Inn recently brought back midfielder Joe Nyabinde who was on loan to Shabanie Mine amid revelations that the Gamecocks were also contemplating on bring back Collins Duhwa who is on loan to Triangle.
Meanwhile, ex-Kaizer Chiefs striker Mitchell Katsvairo is reportedly closer to joining Botswana side Township Rollers after featuring in a cup tournament last weekend.
After his release by Chiefs, the 28-year-old tried his luck at National First Division side Real Kings before training with Caps United.
Now, reports from Botswana suggest Katsvairo is on the verge of completing a deal to move to the club.
Township Rollers recently assessed Highlanders duo of Gabriel Nyoni and Newman Sianchali.