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Liverpool bid for Tendayi Darikwa!

[Posted 25 Jan 2013]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Tendayi Darikwa. He looks a real Son of the Soil-doesn"t he? Can he swap English nationality to Zim?

Breaking news from the UK is that Barclays English Premiership giants Liverpool have taken giant strides towards securing the services of Chesterfield hotshot and midfield sensation Tendayi Darikwa.

Chesterfield chief executive, Chris Turner has revealed the news that his club was ready to do business with the Anfield side after they made a £2 million bid for the player for the player today.

Liverpool, Everton and even Arsenal have been sending scouts on a daily basis to monitor the progress of the Chesterfield player ever since he was named Young Player of the Month last December.

As if to pre-empty the agreement between the two clubs before an official statement on the deal, Turner had this to say about the impending move of the player:

“Tendayi is a fantastic talent and we would never stand in the way of a player from moving to a Premier League club.”

Darikwa is born of Zimbabwean parents and is defintely of Zimbabwean decent, but he is a British national and until ZIFA can move mountains, this move is certainly likely to increase his hope of turning out for his country of birth, England.

Lets face the truth, in all our dreaming and in all our desire to see Darikwa play for the Zimbabwe Warriors who sometimes struggle to find funding for a trip to Angola, the lure of playing for England is too strong for Darikwa to swap his English nationaity for that of Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe Warriors are not well managed like Ivory Coast, South Africa, Ghana or even African champions Zambia. They cannot therefore act as a strong magnet to lure players away from desiring to play for a big nation like England. Sorry Warriors to burst your bubble.

That does not however mean that ZIFA must not try to persuade the player to play for his country of decent. You never know what may just happen!

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