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Antipas moves in Denmark's Superliga

[Posted 16 Aug 2010]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Quincy Antipas of Sonderjyske in Denmark, is seen here in Zim colours against Brazil


Quincy Antipas, the son of Motor Action and Warriors Assistant coach Joey Antipas, has moved from relegated HG Koge to Danish Superliga team Sonderjyske.

The Zimbabwean right-sided midfielder's move happened during early August and Antipas has already featured for his new team. Over the weekend, Quincy's team was beaten 1-3 by Odense BK in a league match and the Zimbabwean player was shown yellow card for a foul on an opponent in the 88th minute.

Antipas' new club is currently lying 7th on the Danish Superliga, Denmark's topflight league which boasts of popular names such as Brondby and Aalborg. They have collected 3 points after 3 matches and have lost two games, including their most recent loss at home to Odense.

The skillful Warriors player arrived in Denmark in 2008 and surprised many soccer loving fans in Zimbabwe by turning out for a third tier team FK Blockhus until 2009. During the second half of the 2009/2010 season,  Antipas was snapped up by a struggling Koge.

By the time Koge was relegated at the end of last season, the talent of Quincy had already been spotted by Sonderjyske who pounced on him when the Europena transfer window period opened in August.

Antipas was utilised by Warriors coach Norman Mapeza as a right-sided midfielder against Brazil in a friendly match on 2 June, a few days before the World Cup opening match on 11 June. The 26 year old proved equal to the task and repaid Mapeza's faith by giving a fairly good performance on the day.

The former CAPS United player, who won back to back championships with the Harare giants in 2004 and 2005, is passionate about playing for the Warriors. 

The dimunitive player will be an important cog in the Warriors midfield with all the experience that he has picked up in Denmark and Morroco, where he turned up for Maghreb Fez during 2007and 2008 before his European professional adventure began.


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