Yohane quits Wits

Yohane quits Wits

JOHANNESBURG - Warriors defender-cum-linkman, Charles Yohane quits Wits University Football Club on Friday to join FC-AK, after guiding the university team back to the premiership.

In an interview with CAJ News, Yohane said his contract expired on


30 June, 2006.

“FC-AK, formerly Mabophane Football Club made me an offer I cannot resist,” he said. FC-AK plays in division one of the Mvela Golden League.

“With FC-AK, I am happy and I have no complaints. I am leaving Wits FC a happy man because I guided them back to the premiership,” said Yohane.

The Wits Captain said he was hoping to guide FC-AK to the premiership next season.

Other Zimbabweans players in the South African premiership league include Peter Ndlovu, Zvenyika Makones, Edelbert Dinha, Bekithemba Ndlovu, Esrom Nyandoro, Edzayi Kasinauyo, Wilfreewd Mugeyi, William Mugeyi, Innocent Chikoya, Tinashe Nengomashe, Eddie Mashiri and Dumisani Mpofu. – CAJ News


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