24 January 2018
   
Zim family finally leave Bangkok airport
Government orders fuel price cut
5 weeks for ministers to declare assets
Mnangagwa Mugabe Part II, critics say
12th G40 member booted out of Zanu PF
Mohadi says VP post zenith of his career
EU throws weight behind ED government
Zanu PF official says Moyo used Juju
MORE NEWS
Millers rescue NRZ, procure 200 wagons
Diamond: $20m for land reclamation
MORE BUSINESS
Mukanya to perform in Harare on April 28
SA: Jazz legend Hugh Masekela dies
MORE SHOWBIZ
Bangladesh wallop sorry Zimbabwe
PSL says 2018 season starts March 10
MORE SPORTS
Mnangagwa’s ‘New’ Zim merits support
Zhuwao: kleptocracy and EDiots in Davos
MORE OPINION
 
Sadc peace hinges on leaders' gains & loses
Mnangagwa off to Davos empty handed
MORE COLUMNISTS
 
 
CAPS defender on trial at SA’s Kaizer Chiefs
27/01/2015 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
South Africa chance ... Ronald Pfumbidzai
 
RELATED STORIES

CAPS United defender Ronald Pfumbidzai is being assessed by South African Glamour Boys Kaizer Chiefs.

According to reports from South Africa, the former Zimbabwe’s U23 captain, started a trial with Kaizer Chiefs on Monday as he looks to try and land himself a contract with the Amakhosi.

Pfumbidzai, 20, currently plays for CAPS United and has impressed in the domestic league over the past year, earning plenty of praise.

The attacking left back is now set to attend the Amakhosi’s camp in the Western Cape this week as he seeks to prove himself to head coach, Stuart Baxter.

The defender becomes the second trialist at the Glamour Boys at present, with midfielder, Wesley Ntshangase, also attempting to earn himself a full-time move to Naturena.

Pfumbidzai has been tipped for big things by those that have worked with him, and Baxter will no doubt be intrigued to see what he has to offer.

Chiefs will now spend a few days in the Western Cape as they prepare for the second half of the season, with their first game of 2015 set to take place on February 11th against Bloemfontein Celtic.



Advertisement


 
Email this to a friend Printable Version Discuss This Story
Share this article:

Digg it

Del.icio.us

Reddit

Newsvine

Nowpublic

Stumbleupon

Face Book

Myspace

Fark

 
 
 
comments powered by Disqus
 
RSS NewsTicker