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Zambian duo exits Dynamos



As Dynamos prepare for the season next year as well as the CAF Champions League, they have lost two of their foreign players in the Zambian duo Arthur Kaseloki and Derrick Kabwe.

The two joined the team last season from Zambian side ZESCO United, but did not have a huge impact on the team.

The two had a meeting with the team management and they agreed to terminate their contracts amicably.

DeMbare coach Callisto Pasuwa told Supersport.com that it is true that the duo have left the Harare Glamour Boys to go back to Zambia. The coach says that the two were good players, but that they just did not fit into their system – hence their lack of game time last season.

“Yes Kabwe and Kaseloki have left the team. They have withdrawn from their contracts and I think it is for the good of both parties,” he said.

“You see Kaseloki had only eight appearances this whole season while Kabwe didn’t play that much either so I think it is better for all of us. I know they are good players but I think they didn’t just fit in the team. I wish them all the best from here on,” Pasuwa concluded.



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