Being offloaded by DeMbare could be a blessing in disguise: Jaure
Ex-Warriors centre back Partson Jaure has said he is not bitter with his former paymasters Dynamos FC who recently decided against renewing his contract and released him as they prepare for the upcoming premier league season.
Jaure was shown the exit door along with 12 other players as the club carried out a massive clear out ahead of the 2023 campaign slated for the end of February.
To a section of DeMbare faithfuls, the release of the 32-year-old who was the captain of the club for the past two seasons is ‘unceremonious’.
However, to the him it could be a misfortune which might eventually yield good results in his football career.
“Maybe (being released by Dynamos) is actually a blessing in disguise for me, who knows,” he told NewsDay Sport.
The former Ngezi Platinums Stars and Manica Diamonds player is not fazed by being shown the exit door by the Harare giants.
In fact, he understands that such situations take place in football.
“As footballers we are used to these kinds of disappointments. It’s part of football and life in general,” he added.
Nevertheless, he did not expect his tenure at the club he joined in 2010 before securing other moves elsewhere in South Africa and Zambia then returning back home to join other local clubs and re-uniting with DeMbare in 2020 could end in such an ‘ungracious’ manner.
“I wasn’t expecting this low key end to my tenure at Dynamos, a club that I have given my all. But I’m not bitter.
“Like I said its life and I’m okay with it. What matters now is I can still play soccer so there are always other teams that I can join and be able to feed my family.
“If I had not found another team, maybe I was going to be depressed, but as it stands I will be playing football next season so I’m happy.”
The seasoned defender is reportedly set to join new premier league boys Simba Bhora who are said to be eager to blend their new squad with both experienced and inexperienced players.