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Mambare commits to Highlanders



Highlanders sensation, striker Masimba Mambare, says he is staying put with the Bulawayo giants next season.

The former Motor Action striker was a finalist in the Soccer Star of the Year award, which was eventually won by Denver Mukamba of Dynamos, after putting in some phenomenal performances to help the club finish second – behind Dynamos on goal difference.

Talking to supersport.com, Mambare said that there have been reports of him moving abroad, with South African Premier League sides also showing reported interest, but there is nothing concrete.

He said that he still has a lot to do at Bosso, hence his decision to stay at the team.

“I haven’t achieved what I want to achieve at Highlanders. There is still a lot for me to do at the team and achieve things with the team,” he said.

“Last season we came closer to the league trophy and this season we want to win things. That’s why I have decided to stay. I know people have been saying I am moving but those reports are not true – I am not going anywhere. I am staying here at Highlanders,” the Highlanders Player of the Year said.



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