This comes in the wake of reports that the pint-sized player’s dream move from Bosso to South African ABSA side, Mpumalanga Black Aces, had collapsed.
The move, which saw Moyo leave Bosso last month, had been facilitated by his parent club, Luveve Big XI. It however, it has emerged that Amazayoni coach, Clive Barker, was not impressed by Moyo’s performance during pre-season training and asked the player to search for another club he could move to on loan.
Bosso’s chief executive officer, Ndumiso Gumede is on record saying the Bulawayo giants would not accept Moyo back, but the star told The Zimbabwean from South Africa recently that all would soon be well.
“I cannot say much at the moment, but I am confident that everything shall be fine and the great player in me will once again shine,” said Moyo, who was one of the players that Highlanders were keen to sign at the end of last season. But the midfielder refused to enter into a deal with the Bulawayo giants going into the Chan finals allegedly on the advice of his handlers, who wanted to maximise on his transfer to Mpumalanga Black Aces.
He had joined Bosso in 2012 from Quelaton. Many other local clubs that included champions Dynamos, have recently been linked to talks with Moyo’s agents for a possible move back into the Castle Lager Premiership, but other reports suggest the dreadlocked star may still get an opportunity to play in the Super Disk league, whose registration period for new players ends on August 31.
“So many things have been said about me but for now I choose to be silent. I cannot rush into saying what or where exactly will be my next destination. What I can just assure my fans is that God is with us and the glory days will soon beckon,” he said.Post published in: News