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Sithole linked with SA return

Just a few months after being released by Mamelodi Sundowns, Zimbabwean striker Simba Sithole could be back in the South African Premier Soccer League sooner than expected.

The forward went back to his homeland where he joined Dynamos and is scoring goals in almost every game since his return in February as the club stays on course to defend their Castle Lager League crown.

Dynamos chairman Kenny Mumbaiwa said that there are two teams that have enquired about the striker for a possible move in January.

The season in Zimbabwe ends on 18 November, and victory for Dynamos in their final two games would ensure that they lift the title – but rivals Highlanders are keeping the pressure on as they are just two points adrift.

“I don’t want to mention teams at the moment because that would not be good on both parties,” said Mumbaiwa.

“But what I can tell you is that there are two South African Premier League teams which are interested in Simba (Sithole).”

Reports coming out of Zimbabwe suggest that the two teams interested in Sithole are KwaZulu-Natala basted AmaZulu and Bloemfontein Celtic.


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