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Musa Mguni back at Metallurg Donetsk: Breaking news

[Posted 02 Jul 2013]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
An all smiles Mguni during his first training at Metallurg Donetsk in June 2013
News reaching Beezsports is that Warriors centre striker Musawenkosi Mguni has been rehired by Ukraine topflight soccer league giants Metallurg Donetsk after the player managed to leave Russian club Terek Grozny on a free at the end of last season.

Mguni had left Donetsk in 2011 to join Terek Grozny after impressing the then Terek coach Ruud Gullit during a friendly match against Donetsk in Ukraine.

In Russia, Mguni impressed and was first choice striker for some time under Gullit and  continued to impress despite the coach changes at the club. Then disaster struck for Mguni while on national duty for Zimbabwe in a 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier away in Bujumbura in Burundi. Mguni tore crucial ligament in a tussle for possession with Burundi captain Valery Nahayo.

The cruciate ligament injury was to keep the talented lanky striker out of action for slightly over a year. Musa has since recovered and is raring to go. After rehabilitation, Mguni spent a few months practicing with Donetsk.

On 1 July 2013, Donetsk announced that they had rehired their former striker to give coach Yuriy Maksimov reason to rejoice ahead of the new season. Maksimov was worried that he only has two senior strikers and desperately needed cover for the strike force. 

A return to a Donetsk side that really appreciated his contribution between 2009 and 2011 is the right tonic Mguni requires to complete a successful return from a terrible injury suffered while on duty with Zimbabwe.

It is not clear as yet if Mguni relishes the prospect of the donning the green and gold Warriors jersey after the back-handed treatment he complained he received from Zifa and the Warriors management of the time when he got injured on duty.

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