How Mine may next season be without half the starting team that helped them survive relegation and reached the final of the Chibuku super cup with several senior players leaving the club.

The coach Kelvin Kaindu also departed the cash strapped Gold Miners signing a two year contract with his native Zambian side Power Dynamos.

New coach Bekithemba Ndlovu told the Chronicle that the team is in the process of developing a new team to challenge for the 2018 season.

“We are doing our best to make sure that we assemble a squad that will effectively compete in the Premiership.”, said Ndlovu.

Already, How Mine has lost goalkeeper Munyaradzi Dhiya to Caps United.

Another goalkeeper Donovan Bernard, defender Nelson Tachi and midfielder Thembani Masuku have joined Manica Diamonds of Mutare, with the pair of defender Kudzi Chideu and winger Toto Banda training with Chicken Inn. Midfielder Adolf Muganyi is also trying his luck with Chicken Inn, while defender Frank Makarati has reportedly signed for Dynamos.

Midfielder Pasca Manhanga, utility player Praise Tonha and striker Tinashe Makanda are said to be among some senior How Mine players still club hunting.