Simba Bhora, owned by Simba ‘Buju’ Ndoro, are gearing up for a formidable title challenge in the upcoming season, unveiling a roster of 10 players. Despite facing challenges in their debut season last year, where their championship aspirations fell short, the Shamva-based team is determined to make a stronger impact.
Among the notable signings are former FC Platinum stars Walter Musona and Perfect Chikwende, both recognized for their exceptional skills. The squad has also secured the services of ex-Warriors goalkeeper Talbert Shumba, along with former Dynamos midfielder Junior Makunike. The additions continue with the inclusion of former Bulawayo Chiefs duo Malvin Mkolo and Billy Veremu.
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Simba Bhora has also strengthened its goalkeeping department with the acquisition of former Dynamos shot-stopper Taimon Mvula and Wilson Mensah, previously with Triangle. Gift Saunyama, formerly associated with Black Rhinos, and Harrison Musina from Eastern Region Division One side Hunters, have further enriched the squad.
Isaac Mupfurutsa, Chairman of Simba Bhora, expressed the club’s ongoing pursuit of additional talent, emphasizing their commitment to assembling a competitive team. In a notable development, the club bid farewell to captain Tinashe ‘Maswera’ Balakasi, acknowledging his professional contributions and wishing him success in his future endeavors.
Simba Bhora’s proactive approach in the transfer market and strategic signings underscore their determination to elevate their performance and contend for top honors in the upcoming season. The club remains focused on strengthening its roster, aiming to create a formidable force in the Premiership.