NGEZI Platinum coach Tonderai Ndiraya is not hiding the fact that the departure of Terrence Dzvukamanja will be a big blow.


The talented player will be joining ABSA Premiership side Bidvest Wits, as first exclusively revealed by H-Metro just before the COSAFA tournament.

Dzvukamanja played his last game on Saturday, a 3-1 win over Triangle at Baobab.

“He is leaving a huge gap but we expect the other members of the team to step-up and weigh in with goals to help the team’s cause

“He has been the best for us this and last season. He was top scorer last season and this year he was already leading the pack with eight goals,” Ndiraya told H-Metro.

The Ngezi coach said they had given the player, who is at his best playing as a second striker, a target.

“We had set a 15 goal target for him and he was easily going to achieve it and perhaps score more,” he said.

The player should have left already to join his teammates for pre-season but delayed to play one more game in front of the home crowd.

“It was his last match for us. He was supposed to leave on Thursday but his agent had to negotiate with his team to play his last match for us and bid farewell to the fans and his teammates.”

Wits did not have the best of seasons but they are renown for using quality players.

Of late only Cuthbert Malajila was successful among Zimbabwean players in their books.

Fears are if he fails to get game time, he could disappear into oblivion like other young Zimbabwean players before him.

His coach however believes in him.

“He will be a huge success with the potential and skill he possesses. I hope he will adjust to the Wits environment quickly and give them value for their money,” Ndiraya said.



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