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Makepekepe move delights King Nadolo

Recently acquired CAPS United midfielder King Nadolo has expressed his delight after completing a one-year loan move to join the Green Machine.

Nadolo was unveiled by Makepekepe on Wednesday evening after spending two weeks training with the club.

“It’s a done deal, King Nadolo joins Caps United FC on loan,” announced the premier soccer league giants.

He joins the 2016 league title winners on a season long deal from the Central Region Division One outfit TelOne FC.

Speaking about his move to the Green Machine family, the 27-year-old who has been on another loan at Dynamos since 2020 expressed his excitement.

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“There are a lot of things I had to consider and Caps United offered a very good deal. I had to consider the financial benefit as well because I have a family to feed,” Nadolo told NewsDay.

“But more importantly, I like the Caps project. They have a very good coach and I like their type of play. They have been recruiting some good players which I found very attractive, so with the plans and the goals that I have I couldn’t say no to their offer.”

Adding to his comments, Nadolo who failed to live up to the expectations at DeMbare due to injuries, believes he will revive his career at CAPS United.

“This is an opportunity to revive my career because I know I can do better. I know myself. I’m not happy with how I played and I feel that Caps United can offer a conducive environment for me to improve my football,” Nadolo added.

The move saw Nadolo join an elite class of footballers who have played for the three traditional giants of Zimbabwean football; CAPS United, Dynamos and Highlanders Football Club.

Other players who plied their trade with Makepekepe, DeMbare and Bosso are Rodrick Mutuma, Stephen Alimenda, Stewart Murisa, Newman Sianchali, Valentine Ndaba and Munyaradzi Diya.