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01/11/2014 00:00:00
by Agencies
 
 
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FORMER Kaizer Chiefs striker Knowledge Musona continues to kick his heels on the side-lines awaiting his chance at Bundesliga side TSG 1899 Hoffenheim.

Since returning from a 12-month loan spell with Amakhosi, where he had netted 16 goals in 25 matches, the Zimbabwe international has endured a difficult time at his parent club, due to a lack of game time.

According to a Zimbabwean daily, Hoffenheim manager Markus Gisdol has already informed Musona that he is not part of his plans at the start of the current season.

The 24-year-old sharp shooter hasn't featured for the German side this campaign, as German striker Kevin Volland, French forward Anthony Modeste as well as Norwegian international Tarik Elyounoussi are preferred ahead of him.

However, Musona has already been linked with a possible move back to Chiefs in the January Transfer Window period.

At the moment the Norton-born forward could be prepared to secure a transfer to a club where he's promised game time.


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