FORMER Chicken Inn holding midfielder Thabani a�?Dubulaa�? Goredema is on top of the world having signed a six-month performance-based contract with former champions CAPS United on Tuesday.
Goredema was released by Gamecocks together with the veteran duo of Chris Samakwere and Brian Juru amid revelations from the Simbisa Brand-sponsored side was seeking to freshen up their squad before the closure of the countrya��s second transfer window on 31 July.
a�?Ia��m happy that I have found a new home. I signed a six-month performance-based contract which means I will need to work hard and impress at CAPS United,a�? said the gritty midfielder.
Chicken Inn recently brought back midfielder Joe Nyabinde who was on loan to Shabanie Mine.
Katsvairo also joins CAPS
Ex-Kaizer Chiefs attacking midfielder Michell Katsvairo has finally settled for CAPS United after spending several months searching for a club.
The midfielder was offloaded by Amakhosi in May upon his return from a loan spell in Tanzania.
He once attended trials with South Africaa��s National First Division side Real Kings before joining MakepekepeA� but could not agree on a deal before going to try his luck at Township Rollers of Botswana.
He featured in a Rollersa�� pre-season match about a fortnight ago and was reportedly on the verge of joining the team.
However, CAPS United confirmed the signing of the player on Tuesday.
Kingstone Nkatha goes blue
Former CAPS United forward Kingstone Nkatha will look forward to rescuing Dynamos from their tattered 2018 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League campaign after he joined the Glamour Boys last weekend.
The bustling striker signed for the Glamour Boys after he was released by South Africaa��s Absa Premiership side SuperSport United when his contract expired earlier this year.
The experienced striker also played for Kaizer Chiefs and Free State Stars across the Limpopo having arrived in the Absa Premiership in 2007 when he signed from the now-defunct CAPS FC.
Upon his return from the Super Diski, Nkatha had trained with CAPS United but the two parties could not reach an agreement for a contract.
Nkatha could make his debut on Sunday against rivals Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium when the league action resumes after a weeka��s break which paved way for the national elections that were held on Monday.
Meanwhile, FC Platinuma��s Brett Amidu recently joined his former club DeMbare on a six-month contract.
The midfielder left the Glamour Boys in 2016 but failed to make an impact when he arrived at the Zvishavane side. He has struggled to get game time under coach Norman Mapeza.
The two clubs have agreed to the loan deal and the player will return to his former team until the end of the season.
The arrival of Amidu will be a boost to the Harare-based side that has been inconsistent with most players failing to rise up to the challenge of playing for the big club.