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Trio face axe at Bosso

by Staff reporter
11 Dec 2022 at 09:12hrs | Views
FOLLOWING Bukhosi Sibanda's exit at Highlanders, three more players are said to be on their way out as the Bulawayo giants seek to build a squad to compete for the league title next year.

Inside sources have said striker Toto Banda, defender Crispen Ncube and midfielder Muziwakhe Dlamini are in the departure lounge to make way for three other players who are said to be from Harare and are already in the City of Kings and Queens.

However, Banda, Ncube and Dlamini have running contracts with Highlanders and are in talks with the club and could be loaned out or have their deals negotiated out.

From the capital and said to be joining Highlanders for next season are Mark Mushore, Luckmore Mutumbi and Kelvin Dube.

Immediately after announcing that they would not be renewing Sibanda's contract which expires on December 31, Highlanders said they were promoting Gillian Nyathi from the club's developmental side Bosso 90.

The Bulawayo giants could also be recalling striker Daniel Msendami who is on a loan deal to Botswana Premier League side Jwaneng Galaxy and the deal expires at the end of the month.

Highlanders are likely to have a youthful side next year after Msendami, Prince Ndlovu, Mason Mushore, Darlington Mukuli, Nigel Ncube and goalkeeper Raphael Pitisi were promoted to the senior team last season.

The club will be looking to get the youthful exuberance with the experience of the likes of Ariel Sibanda, Andrew Mbeba, Mbongeni Ndlovu, Peter Muduhwa, Nqobizitha Masuku, Ray Lunga, Adrian Silla, Stanley Ngala and Washington Navaya among others.

Source - The standard