Bosso’s Daudi gets reverse clearance

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LEFT-BACK Julius Daudi is ready to roll for Highlanders as the Namibia Football Association has released his International Transfer Certificate and the Premier Soccer League (PSL) has issued him with a licence.

BY FORTUNE MBELE

What is left for Daudi is to get the nod from coach Bongani Mafu to start kicking ball after returning from Namibian side FNB XI.

Highlanders chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede yesterday confirmed that all was now in place for Daudi.

“The stumbling block was the reverse clearance from the Namibia Football Association and we have since received that and the PSL has issued the licence,” Gumede said.

It’s competition for the jersey for Daudi with Honest Moyo for the left-back position with the former having a flair for moving forward in attack.

Bosso played a goalless draw against Buffaloes at Sakubva Stadium on Monday after beating Hwange 1-0 at Barbourfields Stadium on Friday to remain on position six on the log standings with seven points.

Moyo has been played left-back for Bosso since the start of the season and featured in that position against Hwange and Buffaloes.

“The stumbling block was the reverse clearance from the Namibia Football Association and we have since received that and the PSL has issued the licence,”
“The stumbling block was the reverse clearance from the Namibia Football Association and we have since received that and the PSL has issued the licence,” Highlanders chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede

On Sunday, Daudi also confirmed on his social network Facebook account that his papers were now in order.

“I just want to take this opportunity to give thanks to the Almighty and to all who supported me when I needed help, especially my mum and Lindani Zikali Ncube and Elder Modern Ngwenya. My papers are now okay and the only thing left now is for me to work hard and I know with God everything is possible,” Daudi posted on Sunday morning.

Meanwhile, despite faltering in their second game when they lost 0-2 to Harare City, Chicken Inn have started the season on a high note with nine points just one behind joint leaders Triangle and Dynamos.

They beat Tsholotsho 1-0 on Friday before dismissing Whawha 2-0 at Luveve.

Edmore Chirambadare, who scored his third goal for the GameCocks with a brace against Whawha on Monday, has proven to be worthy acquisition by the Joey Antipas-coached Chicken Inn.

He moved from Tsholotsho, where he was top goalscorer in the 2014 Zifa Southern Region Division One Soccer League with 13 goals to inspire Tsholotsho to the Premier Soccer League.

How Mine are a point behind Chicken Inn on the fourth spot, getting three points on a silver platter after Caps United did not turn up at Luveve last Thursday and 1-1 draw against Flame Lily in Harare on Sunday.

Tsholotsho, who received too much attention when they beat Harare City in their first game, are on position nine after losing to Chicken Inn and playing a 1-1 draw against Hwange at White City on Monday, while Whawha are on position 11 with two points from two draws.

Chapungu are at the base with just a point from a draw and have lost two matches.