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Follow the money, go to Zambia

The Football Association of Zambia secretary general Ponga Liwewe reckons the flocking of Zimbabwean players to that country’s Super League is a massive endorsement. Ngezi Platinum Stars defender Partson Jaure joined Buildcon FC in Zambia In the past, the Premier Soccer League used to be a destination of choice for Zambian stars but the tables have turned as Zimbabwean players are now trekking up north. Former Warriors number one goalie Tatenda Mkuruva became the latest high profile Zimbabwean player to join the MTN/FAZ Super League when he signed a two-year…

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Trio completes Zambia move

By Nigel Matongorere Zambian side Buildcoin FC has completed the signing of Zimbabwean players Partson Jaure, Tatenda Mkuruva and Nqobizitha Masuku. File picture of Partson Jaure at University of Pretoria during the Absa Premiership 2014/15 match between Platinum Stars and University of Pretoria at Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg on 28 September 2014 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix Buildcoin are one of the wealthy teams in the Zambian Super League where they finished in ninth place on the log in their debut season last year. After finishing 19 points behind champions Zesco United, the…

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Jaure set for Ngezi exit

Defender Partson Jaure is reportedly to be on his way out of Castle Lager Premiership side Ngezi Platinum Stars to join Zambia’s Buildcon. PLATINUM STARS . . . Ngezi Platinum vice-chairman Silence Gavi (right) speaks to the media in Harare in the company of club coach Tonderai Ndiraya (centre) and captain Partson Jaure Jaure, who joined Ngezi Platinum in July 2016, after partying ways with South African side University of Pretoria is said to have already agreed terms with Buildcon including a $12 000 signing on fee. Buildcon is one…

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