DYNAMOS SIGNS NGEZI PLATINUM'S MUKARATI WHILE HE AWAITS TO LEAVE FOR THE EGYPTIAN LEAGUE - Football News (ZW)

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DYNAMOS SIGNS NGEZI PLATINUM'S MUKARATI WHILE HE AWAITS TO LEAVE FOR THE EGYPTIAN LEAGUE


Frank Makarati is now part of the 'Mbare-Blues' squad, Dynamos, according to reports.

Mukarati signed for DeMbare from his now former club Ngezi Platinum Stars on a one year deal with the Harare Giants.

Mukarati is said to have refused signing a new contract with Platinum after it ended in December 2020 in the hopes of moving to Egypt to sign for a premier league club in the country, but COVID-19 regulations had caused a lot of delays in the move, hence in the meantime he opted to sign for Dynamos.

Frank Mukarati spoke to the Herald concerning the moves and staying at Dynamos for the season:

"It's not yet official but unless the Egyptian team makes it swifter than we expect, I am going to be turning out for Dynamos for the rest of this year".

"We have agreed to go to bed with Dynamos and I should say there are only very few items to be addressed before I put the bold letters to the white paper".

"Of course, I would have extended my stay at Ngezi Platinum Stars. They made me who I am today. I will forever cherish the days I stayed in Mhondoro".

"They are a massive club and I know, one day I will find my way back there. But, my case was a little bit complicated and we couldn't agree on some things".

"I am supposed to be going to Egypt but, because of the Covid-19 regulations, I will have to wait so I wanted some clauses to be inserted in the contract to that effect so that when the Egyptian club comes, I will be free to go."

"That is why I ended up opting for Dynamos. Besides, Dynamos are a massive club. It's actually an honour, not just to play for them, but to be part of them.I am very happy and I hope Covid-19 will spare us and I will be able to put on that famous blue jersey."

Quated from: The Herald.

The Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League (Castle Premier Soccer League) 2021 season is yet to begin due to the Covid pandemic, awaiting clearance from the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA).

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