Kasinauyo joins FC-AK

JOHANNESBURG - International soccer striker, Edzayi Kasinauyo, has quit South African premiership side Moroka Swallows Football Club to join the ambitious division one soccer outfit, FC-AK.
Kasinauyo is the second high profile Zimbabwean to quit the Castle Lager soccer premi

ership after another Warriors left back, Charles Yohane, who quit Wits University Football Club at the end of June.
The Warriors duo will be plying their trade at the Mvela Golden League Division, which is posing a serious threat to the South African Castle soccer premiership due to the huge remuneration the soccer outfit is paying.
FC-AK, which is based in Johannesburg, has temporarily relocated to the east coast of Port Elizabeth, where they are preparing for the 2006-2007 division one season with a view to gaining quick promotion to the premiership.
Kasinauyo is one of the longest serving Swallows’ players to add value to the South African premiership, after leaving the now defunct Fire Batteries of Zimbabwe in the early 1990s.
The sharp shooting left winger is understood to be getting a monthly salary package of R65 000 (about Z$7,5 billion) per month.
FC-AK is understood also to be interested in another former Zimbabwe international, Innocent Chikoya, who has since renounced his Zimbabwean passport.
Chikoya is always seen at FC-AK training grounds and rumours circulating suggest that the tough tackling defender and Moroka Swallows would be heading to the Mvela Golden division one league. There were no immediate comments from Chikoya.
Other Zimbabwe internationals who have found fame in South Africa include Peter Ndlovu, Esrom Nyandoro, Tinashe Nengomasha, Edeberlt Dinha, Bhekithemba Ndlovu, hard tackling Zvenyika Makonese, Dumisani Mpofu and several others.
The South African Castle league has shown great interest in the Zimbabwean soccer players, who are of high quality, but it is worrying to see a xenophobic element beginning to creep into their football. – CAJ News

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