Mupasiri seeks rebirth

FORGOTTEN former Dynamos forward Farai Mupasiri says he is ready to revive his career following a long injury lay-off that kept him out of the game for the better part of last season.

BY TERRY MADYAUTA

The forward was in the books of Gweru-based side Chapungu, where he only played four matches for the Airforce of Zimbabwe side before he was injured.

He is currently unattached, but is confident of a return soon.

“I am now well and recovering to the fullest. I will be back before you know it. These injuries are part of the risks of the game, but that cannot stop me from coming back because I have been working hard for a return,” the former Shabanie Mine captain told NewsDay Sport.

“It is difficult to spend so much time inactive, but it is all behind me now and I am hopeful for better luck this time.

“The injury was a major setback, but I am confident that I will be able to play this season.”

Prior to joining Chapungu, Mupasiri played for the Zvishavane arch-rivals Shabanie Mine and FC Platinum in 2017 and 2018 respectively.

Of interest was his lethal combination with former Black Rhinos midfielder Trevor Ajana and Bruno Mtigo that terrorised opponents in the league.

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