SuperSport United Pulls Off Major Coup by Signing Former Orlando Pirates Zimbabwean Striker Dzvukamanja
Zimbabwean striker Terrence Dzvukamanja has been unveiled as the newest member of SuperSport United. The player left Orlando Pirates after experiencing unjustified attacks from the club’s fans last season, but he proved his critics wrong towards the end of the campaign.
The Buccaneers had wanted him to be part of their 2023-24 Champions League squad. Unfortunately Dzvukamanja caught them off-guard when he announced he wanted to leave the club. He started talks with Soweto giants and was offered a new deal this month.
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SuperSport United Coach’s Excitement
SuperSport United approached Dzvukamanja, and the Buccaneers decided to release the player to Matsatsantsa. The club confirmed the signing of Dzvukamanja for an undisclosed transfer fee in a statement, reported chronicle.
Coach Gavin Hunt expressed his excitement about the signing, saying, “I know him very well as I have signed him before. He is a versatile top player and can play in multiple positions, which is what we need. We are happy to have him. He is a good goal scorer and can also play in areas that you need a player.”
Joining fellow Zimbabweans
Dzvukamanja’s transfer to SuperSport United is a significant move for the Zimbabwean international.