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Dynamos set to lose 4 players to S. Africa

[Posted 20 Jun 2012]
[By Beezsports Reporter]
Dynamos set to lose 4 players to S. Africa
Interest in Dynamos players appears to be swelling with reports linking four of their key players who helped them win the domestic title last season, with imminent departures for South African topflight clubs.

Former Polish topflight league joint-top goal scorer and Warriors striker Takesure Chinyama has already agreed personal terms with ABSA premiership champions and last season's treble winners Orlando Pirates.

Interestingly figures of around R100 000 as proposed salary for the player have been bandied around by the media in Zimbabwe and South Africa. However, such finer details can never be known in exact forms, but the figure could well be close to what it is assumed to be.

Chinyama needs to pass his medical examination at the Buccaneers before the deal can be finalised. It is rumoured that all that remains for the conclusion of the deal is the medical hurdle, and ofcourse the player does not have to attend any trials.

"He just has to go for a medical now and if he passes, he will be a
Pirates player. There is nothing from Sundowns or any other team at the
moment, reliable sources have revealed.

Another Dynamos player, keeper Washington Arubi has just returned from a trial with Bloemfontein Celtics, and is apparently also being chased by Black Leopards and Platinum Stars where he has had a trial before.

It is very surprising that a player of Arubi's calibre who appears to hold so much promise goes for trials with many clubs and returns home empty handed, and the excuse for failure to land a deal is the tired story that the team has exhausted its foreign quarters.

This has become a very easy line for soccer agents when a player has failed to impress. Otherwise why would a club invite a player without checking if there is space available. Besides, if a team is not prepared to create space for the 'impressive player' it may as well mean that he was not deemed good enough for a club to make such efforts to secure his signature. 

Roderick Mutuma and the enterprising Denver Mukamba are the other Dynamos players who are set to go for trials with South African ABSA premiership clubs.

Mutuma has attracted the interest of Mamelodi Sundowns and it is reported that he will soon be attending trials with the Pretoria based club. Ian Gorowa, former Sundowns care-taker coach and one of talent-scouts under Trot Moloto's leadership, indicated a keen interest in last season's Golden Boot winner in Zimbabwe's Castle Lager premiership.

As for Mukamba, it is not very clear which club he may land-up as there is interest from a number of clubs in South Africa, including new topflight side Pretoria University (AmaTuks) and Sunday Chidzambwa's Black Leopards.

There is no doubting Mukamba's talent and abilities, but it is yet to be seen if Dembare will be ready to part with so many players in the light of the impending participation in the CAF Confederations Cup to which they were relegated after bombing out of the Champions League.


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