Mudimu’s Ankaraspor relegated to Turkish third division
Zimbabwe international Alec Mudimu will be playing third division football in Turkey next season, following his Ankaraspor’s relegation from the TFF.
The versatile defender moved to Ankaraspor from Moldovan champions FC Sherrif but could not help his side avoid the chop.
Their 0-2 loss to Instabulspor on the last day of the 2021/22 season confirmed their relegation, havibg amassed a paltry 26 points from 34 games and finishing 17th on the 18-team table.
They won only six of those matches the entire season.
Mudimu is a key member of the Warriors squad but has of late been playing second fiddle to Zambia- bssed Jimmy Dzingai.
In other news, ZIFA, PSL, FUZ in contracts row
ZIFA’s failure to set up a National Dispute Resolution Chamber (NDRC) on time has come back to haunt them amid a simmering contracts row between players, the Footballers Union of Zimbabwe (FUZ) and some Premiership clubs that has also attracted international attention.
This comes as FUZ, backed by their international federation, FIFPro, (the worldwide representative organisation for more than 65,000 professional footballers), have dug in on the need to allow players whose contracts lapsed during the Covid-19 induced break to move to clubs of their choice…Learn More