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Former Bosso striker settles in Namibia

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03 February 2013 | 5609 Views
FORMER Highlanders and Motor Action link-cum-striker, Protasho Kabwe, has joined championship chasing, Tiger FC in Namibia on a six-months loan where he  has already made impact in the two matches he featured in so far.

Prior to his move to the Windhoek-based outfit, domestic Premiership clubs, Highlanders, Caps United and Black Mambas were keen on securing the services of the talented Mutare-born player.

Kabwe, who turned out for Motor Action in the just-ended season where he was loaned for a year by Highfield United, became a free agent after the expiry of his three-year contract with the Twalumba Holdings-owned side.

His manager as well as  elder brother, Samson, confirmed the developments.

"Prior to his move, we received a number of requests from teams in the local Premiership. Highlanders, Caps United and Black Mambas but after careful considerations we decided to loan him to Tiger FC in Namibia.

"He will be there for six months and we are still weighing options in terms of his next destination after the lapse of the six months.

"He is a talented young man who needs to make the right decision at the right time," said Samson.

The 26-year-old player had a fine season at Motor Action this year although the Mighty Bulls failed to make their impact felt in the league by snatching any accolade.

An exceptional talented player, blessed with rare agility, pace and awesome skill, he went to Sakubva Primary before enrolling at Mt Pleasant High in Harare where he started taking his football talents seriously after winning the NASH Under-20 championship while playing under the tutelage of Marc Duvillard.

Together with fellow Mutare-born, Onsimo Bhasera and Pride Tafirenyika, Protasho joined Northern Region Division One side, Harare United back in 2005 before he was lured to the City of Kings where he turned out for Highlanders the following year.




Protasho spent three seasons at Bosso before he signed a three-year contract with Twalumba Holdings.

Under the auspices of Twalumba, the nimble footed player was loaned to police outfit, Black Mambas before he was later loaned to Motor Action for the 2012 season.

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Source: Weekender

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