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23/01/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
 
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HARARE City have reinforced their squad by signing defender Timire Mamvura and forward Misheck Mburayi.

Mamvura penned a three-year deal after spending last season at relegated Tripple B on loan from Dynamos.

“I will be here for three years and hope for a successful stay. City are a good club and that can be seen in the way they performed last season. I here to help them continue from where they left from last season,” Mamvura said.

City are the third club in 12 months for his fellow new arrival Mburayi.

Mburayi spent either half of last season at Motor Action and Triangle respectively.

But he could join Polokwane City in July after undergoing trials with the South African side last month before being told the club had exhausted their foreign quarter.

High profile names are also training at Harare City with former Caps United defender Arnold Chivheya leading the cast.

Monomotapa striker Agrippa Murimba is also trying his luck to impress coach Bigboy Mawiwi.

“We are still assessing some players here including those from Division One. I am sure soon we would have come up with a final squad,” Mawiwi said.

City last weekend lost winger Silas Songani who joined Danish Superliga side Sonderjyske.


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