Mudzamiri breaks leg in friendly match

CAPS United shot stopper Tsungai Mudzamiri was stretchered off the pitch in
the first half after he broke his leg following a clash with Dynamos striker
Tawanda Nyamande.
The former Kiglon striker was one of the new players Dynamos featured in a
match that also marked the return of probl

em boy Norman Togara.
Togara was offloaded by Shooting Stars for disciplinary reasons the same way
he left Dynamos and CAPS.
League champions CAPS paraded new signings Clarkson Dzimbiri and Max Ruza.
Dzimbiri was bought from Masvingo while Ruza from Shooting Stars.
Dzimbiri, a skilful player, unceremoniously left Masvingo after he was involved in a fist fight with the team’s captain, Godfrey Dondo, during a practice session.
However, rumours coming from Zimbabwe’s oldest city are saying CAPS might be
in trouble after failing to talk to Masvingo over the player before using him on Sunday.
A club source said: “The problem is that CAPS did not engage Masvingo who
own the player. They just talked to the player and Masvingo are threatening
to derail the whole deal.”
The Premier Soccer League action resumes this weekend with Highlanders
leading with a healthy 10 points. The Bulawayo giants have 40 points from 15
matches while second-placed Hwange have 30 points. – ZimOnline

Post published in: Zimbabwe Sports News

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