By Grace Chingoma
Ngezi Platinum skipper Partson Jaure could be on his way out from the club amid talk that he is on the prowl for greener pastures in South Africa.
The defender is believed to be seeking a bigger challenge after spending close to a season -and-a-half at the club.
Jaure came to Ngezi last year to relaunch his career after spending two seasons in South Africa at Pretoria University.
The former Warriors defender then left AmaTuks after they were relegated.
It has also emerged that Jaure is mulling a return to Dynamos should a move back to South Africa fail to materialise.
He made the surprise move, as many people had expected him to rejoin Dynamos, the club where he made his name before the move to South Africa.
Then Jaure said he opted for Ngezi after being lured by his former DeMbare coach Tonderai Ndiraya and also relaunch his career away from the pressure environment of playing for Dynamos.
Following a restorative spell, which was hampered by injuries though, the Warriors defender might be on the move again and may have set his sights on returning to the South African Premiership.
Jaure is currently in South Africa on unspecified business.
However, The Herald believes that his contract with Ngezi is a flexible one which allows him to move anytime.
Apart from Dynamos, Jaure has also been linked with a move to domestic champions FC Platinum who on Tuesday completed the signing of his Ngezi teammate — versatile player Liberty Chakoroma.
Ngezi who fought a strong fight for the title could also clear out a number of players including veteran striker Washington Pakamisa who scored one goal the entire season.
The axe might also fall on forward Kelvin Bulaji, who also had a subdued season as well as Donald Teguru.
Generally the club’s strike force had a below par performance with defenders coming up with crucial goals for the club.
Qadr Amini scored seven league goals while Jaure was also involved with four goals.
Ngezi will reward their outstanding players at the Ngezi Community Hall on Tuesday.
A number of players are expected to be rewarded in various categories.
Players such as midfielder Tichaona Mabvura, Amini and Terence Dzukamanja will contest for the Player of the Season award.
It will be a tight contest from the trio which has already been selected among the 11 soccer stars.
Mabvura had a good season where he scored eight goals and weighed in with 15 assists.
Dzukamanja finished the season as the club’s top scorer with nine goals which however, were eight behind league Golden Boot award winner Dominic Chungwa. The Herald