– August 2, 2018
DYNAMOS new recruit Kingston Nkhatha is doubtful to play a part on Sunday when the Glamour Boys face off with rivals Highlanders in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at Barbourfields as he is yet to receive clearance from his former club in South Africa.
BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA
The veteran forward is a free agent after his contract was not renewed by Super Sport United.
He decided to join Dynamos and is one of the three players who have been registered by the Harare giants during the second transfer window which closed on Tuesday.
The other players that have been roped in to strengthen the struggling side are Brett Amidu whom they acquired from FC Platinum on a loan deal.
They also registered Denver Mukamba who returned after a rather eventful short stint with Caps United where he was on loan.
Former United States-based striker Munashe Kaseke is another new arrival.
While the other new signings have their papers in order and are expected to make their debut this weekend when the season resumes after a week break, Nkhatha who started training with the team yesterday, might have to wait a bit longer before he could don the famous blue and white jersey.
Team manager Richard Chihoro said they were still waiting for the player’s clearance from his former club.