Highlanders Football Club has secured the services of midfielder Marvin Sibanda, who recently played for Little Rock Rangers in the USA’s fourth-tier football league. The 25-year-old, born in Victoria Falls, has inked a three-year deal with Bosso, marking the club’s first signing of the pre-season.
In a statement, the Bulawayo giants expressed their excitement about the acquisition, saying, “We’re delighted to announce the signing of Marvin Sibanda from Little Rock Rangers FC (USA). The 25-year-old central midfielder penned a three-year contract with the club. Welcome to the team representing the entire nation.”
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Marvin Sibanda’s return to Highlanders is expected to bolster the team’s midfield capabilities. Having previously represented Zimbabwe in the Under-20 National team in 2018, Sibanda brings both domestic and international experience to the club.
This signing reflects Highlanders’ commitment to strengthening their squad for upcoming competitions. The three-year contract signifies a strategic move to secure talent for the long term, providing stability and continuity within the team.