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Report: No Bucs Deal For Zimbabwean Defender

Zimbabwean Club Gives Clarity On Orlando Pirates And Their Player

By Soccer Laduma - Jul 17, 2017 01:01 PM

The latest information regarding Orlando Pirates and Zimbabwean defender, Honest Moyo, is that no deal has been signed by the parties, according to reports. 

Read – Official: Orlando Pirates Launch 2017/18 Home Jersey 

Recent reports coming through from Zimbabwe have indicated that Pirates reportedly signed the player.

It was indicated that the left back reportedly signed a two-year deal with Bucs from Highlanders FC in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League.

Moyo is one of the players who was impressive in his performances at the COSAFA Cup, won by Zimbabwe here in South Africa.

Following the reports about the assumed deal, Highlanders have since issued a club statement on the team’s social media platforms to clarify the issue.

“Honest Moyo has not signed any contract with Orlando Pirates as rumoured by the national broadcaster; ZBC and perpetuated by other social media pages that have nothing to do with Bosso. Honest remains a Bosso player,” stated Highlanders. 

Read: Official: Orlando Pirates Launch 2017/18 Away Jersey 

So far in this transfer window, Bucs have announced deals for Thamsanqa Sangweni, Wayne Sandilands as well as Nigerian striker, Christian Obiozor.    

Find all updates on the latest rumours and confirmed deals in our Transfer Centre! 

 


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murefu Jul 17, 2017 03:27 PM
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murefu Jul 17, 2017 03:26 PM
we all knows that pirates are nigeria
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murefu Jul 17, 2017 03:25 PM
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Realydoctor10 Jul 17, 2017 03:10 PM
Sorry Moyo you deserve to play for big teams in Psl because you got something in your football history keep on fighting man
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Masimbenja(Cowditor) Jul 17, 2017 03:07 PM
Who is signing Zimbabweans now? Last time I checked Bobby was signing free agents and Zimbabweans but recently 11Rats signed Free Agents Sangweni now this Moyo story.
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Dr-barnes Jul 17, 2017 02:29 PM
this Moyo is lost he MST go to naturena not Mayfair,he went to the wrong place
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Dr-barnes Jul 17, 2017 02:28 PM
this Moyo is lost he MST go to naturena not Mayfair,he went to the wrong place
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mbixane Jul 17, 2017 02:18 PM
Honestly Bucs are not Zimbabweans fan, this Honest would consider himself lucky to play for Bucs. Pirates likes Nigerians as Chiefs like Zimbabweans
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Mr Down REAL NEWS: Afcon timing under review at symposium The controversial timing of the Africa Cup of Nations faces a serious review when African soccer gathers for a two-day symposium in Morocco to discuss the future of the game on the continent. Starting on Tuesday in Rabat, stakeholders from across the sport, including an array of former stars like Abedi Pele, Austin Okocha and Samuel Eto’o, have been invited to deliberate over the future of the tournament and other aspects of the African game. New Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Ahmad promised a blanket review when he successfully challenged long-standing leader Issa Hayatou for the top CAF job in March. Ahmad, who uses only a single name, also wants to review rules on hosting the finals, which are proving increasingly prohibitive and reducing the number of potential candidates. He has already suggested co-hosting that would allow CAF to consider proposals to increase the number of teams at the finals to 24 – almost half the organisation’s membership. The frequency of the tournament would also be reviewed, although there seems little appetite to change it from every two years to every four. Hosting the tournament every two years in January means the leading players, drawn increasingly from clubs in major European leagues, face a tug of war for their services, caught between duty for their national team and clubs that employ them. Ahead of this year’s tournament, held in Gabon, there was an unprecedented number of players who turned down call-ups to stay with their clubs. Those numbers are expected to rise if the next finals in Cameroon are hosted in January 2019, rather than a more convenient mid-year slot. Hayatou persistently refused to entertain any change because he did not want to be seen to be buckling to pressure from European clubs. He blamed inclement weather patterns in Africa for not holding the Nations Cup in mid-year, but this argument was forgotten when only African countries bid to host the 2010 World Cup. The Rabat symposium will also assess the annual African club competitions, which this year had the number of clubs involved in the group stage doubled to 16. Each African country has been invited to send its football association president, general secretary and national coach.
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