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Mutuma seals US$100k Celtic switch
30/01/2013 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
On the move ... Rodrick Mutuma
 
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DYNAMOS striker Rodrick Mutuma has joined South African Premier League side Bloemfontein Celtic after the two clubs agreed a US$100,000 fee for his transfer.

Dynamos chairman Kenni Mubaiwa said on Wednesday: “We have agreed on a US$100,000 transfer. It's a good deal but this has left us in a crisis because we need to find replacements before the close of the transfer window on January 31.”

Dynamos are also on the verge of losing striker Simba Sithole who also impressed SuperSport United while on trials and was scheduled to undergo a medical on Wednesday.

“We are facing a real crisis,” Mubaiwa added. “We never anticipated that all of them will secure moves.”

Sithole, who had become the arrow head of the Dynamos attack after joining the champions in September from Mamelodi Sundowns, charmed SuperSport coach Gavin Hunt after scoring a brace in a practice match during trials.

Midfielder Denver Mukamba has already signed for Bidvest Wits, leaving Dynamos thin on attack.

The champions are yet to agree a deal for Hwange striker Francesco Zikumbawire whom they registered for the African Champions League.



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