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Dynamos beef up squad for Champions League

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Dynamos have re-signed former players Leo Kurauzvione, Trymore Mtisi and Clive Mwale.

The Harare giants team manager Nyika Chifamba confirmed that all the three have signed three-year deals.

“All the three players are on a three-year contract. We are still waiting for a reverse clearance from Pretoria University for Leo (Kurauzvione) but everything is sorted out from our side,” said Chifamba.

“As for Mwale, we are waiting for his work permit which we expect to get very soon. Trymore is also waiting for clearance from the PSL but he is now a Dynamos player.”

This will be the third time Kurauzvione will be re-uniting with the club he once left in a huff in 2005.

Kurauzvione joined the Harare giants in 2002 before leaving the club in 2004 for Poland where he played for Legia Warszawa.

Things did not turn out well for the player who returned and captained Dynamos the following season.

After a year, Kurauzvione put a transfer request to Dynamos alleging that they were blocking him from joining other clubs, which the Harare giants initially rejected until intervention from Zifa.

“I want to get out of Dynamos; I believe there is a deliberate attempt to ill-treat players like me who grew up in the club because the way I have been treated, and others who rose through the juniors, is not right. I wouldn’t want to say much as Dynamos will always have a special place in my heart, but the half-truths at the club by the executive have finally driven some of us out of a club we dearly love,” Kurauzvione was quoted by our sister paper The Standard as having said.

The nomadic midfielder was finally released and joined Shooting Stars for two seasons before packing his bags to join Lengthens. He then joined the South African bandwagon to land at the then Mvela Golden League’s Pretoria University in mid-2008.

Mwale returns to the club which he left in 2007. The pint-sized forward, after dumping Dembare, joined city rivals Caps United in 2008 before going to his home country where he played for City of Lusaka FC.

Mtisi will be rejoining his childhood club after a frustrating stint at champions Gunners where he is alleged to have once traded jibes with team manager Wellington Mupandare.

Meanwhile, a Nigerian national Otegbeye Ajibola is on trial at Dynamos. The striker has been training with the club for the past two weeks and the Dynamos technical team said they were still assessing him.

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