ang=EN-GB> – The British Embassy has denied Warriors players Brian Badza and Joel Luphahla’s visa to undergo trials in English clubs because it fears they might not return home once they had left
The pair had intended to go to the
British authorities indicated that they would launch a manhunt for the players at the time but have since then failed to locate them. Two other CAPS players—midfielder Ashley Rambanapasi and striker Leonard Tsipa have since flown back to the
Luphahla has been to the
Unlike the CAPS United players, who had reached the twilight of their football careers and had no hope of securing clubs overseas, Badza and Luphahla are professionals who are seeking to find clubs to continue their careers.
Badza was due to undergo a two-week trial period with Scottish Premiership clubs Hearts and Arbedeen while Luphahla was destined for trials with an unnamed club in Championship (the First Division). Luphahla is currently based in
The former CAPS United star forward had delayed his departure for South African Premiership side Maritzburg Classic who are keen to sign him in.
The players’ trials are being organized by British agents, Jack Duncan and Barry Thomas.Post published in: Zimbabwe Sports News