TERRENCE Dzvukamanja is hoping to secure a new job after he was deemed surplus to requirements by South African football giants Orlando Pirates.
His representative Mike Makaab confirmed that the forward is set to leave Orlando Pirates as he has been told that he is not in the club’s plans.
Makaab is certain the former Ngezi Platinum attacker will find a new home by the end of the January transfer window.
Dzvukamanja had been reduced to a benchwarmer under Spanish coach Jose Riviero
Maakab told South African media that Dzvukamanja was no longer in Orlando Pirates’ plans.
“Look, Terrence is obviously not in the plans of Orlando Pirates,” Maakab told FARPost.
“So we are looking for opportunities that will suit the player. And make sure he gets back to playing football.
“We looking to move Terrence away from Pirates in the next coming two weeks. Hopefully, that can materialise.”
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Dzvukamanja played once when he was thrown into the fray as a second-half substitute in their goalless draw against Richards Bay in October last year.
As Dzvukamanja leaves, the Buccaneers currently will turn to Zakhele Lepasa, Kermit Erasmus, Kwame Peprah, Bienvenu Eva Nga and Ndumiso Mabena for goals.
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