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Mkhokheli Dube back in Bulawayo after failing to impress at Amazulu

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26 February 2013 | 4846 Views
Former Highlanders and AmaZulu striker Mkhokheli Dube is back in Bulawayo, having parted ways with  the Durban-based side earlier in the month. Dube was shown the exit door after failing to impress during his short stint with the struggling PSL side.

The 29-year-old joined Usuthu this season, under the club's former coach Roger Palmgren. However, the player was deemed surplus to requirements under Craig Rosslee and his technical team.
 
Having made four starts for AmaZulu during his time with the team, the latest news is that a potential deal with Bulawayo Premier League side Chicken Inn FC is on the cards for Dube.
 
Dube will be hoping to land a deal with GameCox as he aims to get his professional career back on track.
 
Having turned out for New England Revolution and Chicago Fire in the Major League Soccer (MLS), in the USA, as well as Zimbabwe's U20 and U23 national teams, Dube is not short of experience.
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Source: soccerladuma

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