Former Chicken Inn player Bravie Ayanda Sibanda is hopeful of clinching a deal at South African National First Division side Uthongathi FC.
The little known attacking midfielder recently sneaked out of the country to undergo a two weeks trial stint at the KZN-based club.
He is a free agent after his departure at the Gamecocks at the end of last year.
In an interview with B-Metro from South Africa, Sibanda said: “I didn’t get enough game time at Chicken Inn in the past season and that is why I decided to go club hunting.
“This was coupled with the fact that salaries and other benefits in South Africa are always attractive.
“I lost my parents some time ago and I have been taking care of my siblings with the little that I was getting at Chicken Inn.
“I will be here for two weeks and I am confident that everything will go well.”
Uthongathi is home to another Zimbabwean player Cleopas Dube who joined the side last following his release from Witbank Spurs.
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