After just 47 minutes of football in the entire season, chances are that the former Bantu Rovers winger will not be eager to re-live the nightmare, especially with Vitesse enjoying a twinning arrangement with English giants Chelsea , whereby the latter send some of their most promising young players to the Dutch club.
Nakamba joined Vitesse from French League 2 side Nancy, where he experienced an equally difficult time establishing himself in the first team. The end of the season in The Netherlands means the 21-year-old winger could now be available for the national team. The season is also coming to an end for Musona in Belgium, with his KV Oostende side playing their final match of the season this weekend. The Belgium season, now in the play-offs phase, comes to an end just as Musona was beginning to find his feet, scoring five goals in his last eight matches.
KV Oostende have not done well in the play-offs, where they have won just two of their five matches to date, and sit third in the four-team Play-off II Group B. Only the group winners will proceed to participate in another play-off for a UEFA Europa League place.
In England, Tendai Darikwa’s League One outfit, Chesterfield, slipped into the promotion play-off places and still stand a chance of playing in the Championship next season.
Chesterfield begin a two-leg play-offs semi-final against Preston North End on Thursday. The 23-year-old Darikwa has enjoyed a terrific season, starting each of his side’s 46 matches.Post published in: Football