Former Dynamos striker Takesure Chinyama has joined Polish side LZS Piotrówka. Chinyama left Dynamos last week after receiving his clearance and though he has been linked with a move to a number of local clubs but has decided to return to Poland.
Chinyama decided to leave Dynamos after a difficult relationship with head coach Paulo Jorge Silva.He was also left out of the 2016 squad with Silva claiming he was injured a fact disputed by Chinyama.
Speaking about his return to Polish football Chinyama said he had unfinished business there. Piotrówka is in the fourth tie league of Polish football known as III Liga.
Chinyama made history as the first non-European player to win the Golden Boot in the Ekstraklasa the top league in Poland in May 2009.
He played his first season at Lech Poznan, after top-scoring in the Polish Third and Second Divisions with Znicz Pruszkow, and scored 14 goals in an impressive spell for one cutting his milk teeth with the big boys of the Premiership.
His tally was five goals fewer than Chinyama’s haul of 19, which gave the then Legia Warsaw forward the Golden Boot that he shared with Pawel Brozek of Wisla Krakow, who topped a good season by also being voted as the Polish Player of the Year.
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