Former Highlanders striker Obadiah Tarumbwa is set to team up with Bantu Rovers tomorrow after failing to find his feet at South African Absa Premier Soccer League side University of Pretoria .
A source at the club told Soccer24, “His paper work has been concluded and he has agreed terms with Bantu Rovers and we are expecting him tomorrow. The player will be turning out for Bantu Rovers this season,’ said the source.
Tarumbwa (28) joined AmaTuks from Kenya Premier Soccer League (KPL) outfit Sofapaka in July last year, but has failed to find the net in nine league matches and two cup ties.
Tarumbwa, who also played for the Warriors in 2007, started his top-flight career with Highlanders then joined Belgian First Division side Cercle Brugge on a six-months contract and was reunited with former Bosso teammates Vusa Nyoni and Honour Gombami.
He returned home in 2009 and played for Bantu Rovers in the PSL before packing his bags to Cyprus where he played for Enosis Neon Paralimni from 2009 to 2011.
Tarumbwa was rumoured to be on his way to join Harare giants Dynamos in 2012 before returning to Cyprus. In December 2012, Tarumbwa was to travel to Kenya where he signed for Sofapaka and then to South Africa last year.