Zvasiya, recently released by Kaizer Chiefs despite still having a year left on his contract, failed to make a move to Royal Eagles, but has resurfaced in Cape Town, where he is now trying his luck with All Stars, who were promoted to the NFD at the end of last season.
“I am still training with All Stars. I believe I have experience needed as I have played at the higher PSL,” said the defender. “I have also played in some of their friendly matches and I believe something will come out of this. I am impressed with the set-up and professionalism being displayed by the club. With hard work and commitment, I don’t believe I will fail to secure something at this club.”
The club’s team manager, Faeez Dulvie, said it was still too early for them to make a decision on the former Kaizer Chiefs player. “I can confirm that Zvasiya played in some of our friendly matches and that he is still training with us, but at this stage we’re not sure if he’s going to be signed or not,” said Dulvie.
The Zimbabwean spent the first half of last season on loan at Greek side, OFI Crete, but that was cut short just halfway through the Greece league campaign. Having been released by Chiefs, he is now free to join any club of his choice, although it remains to be seen if he will continue to play his football within the South African borders or return to Zimbabwe.Post published in: Football