Sunshine Boys bolster squad

HARARE - Former Premiership side Harare City have announced five new signings to bolster their squad as they seek a quick return to the top flight by winning the Zifa Northern Region Division League championship.

The Sunshine Boys were relegated from the Castle Lager Premiership last season after finishing in 15th place which ultimately cost coach Philani Ncube his job.

At the start of the year, City’s technical director Mark Harrison was given the reins of the side while he roped in former CAPS United coach Mark Mathe to be his assistant.

Former Dynamos goalkeepers coach Tichaona Diya has also joined the Sunshine Boys technical department.

On the playing personnel front, the club has signed Moses Muchenje from CAPS United after his contract expired at the end of last season.

Muchenje had been in Egypt last month while undergoing trials but opted to return home and join the Sunshine Boys in the second tier league.

“It’s a great opportunity to be playing for Harare City. I’m happy to be here because the club is well managed and stable,” Muchenje told the Sunhine Boys website.

“I feel at home because of the way I was received and the presence of my former CAPS United coach...Harrison and now Harare City captain Tendai Samanja. I grew up with the likes of William Manondo and Munyaradzi Diro and other players.”

Defender Munyaradzi Diro Nyenye has also rejoined the club after a stint last season with Yadah FC

“It is good to be back home. My colleagues have welcomed me back and we are geared to fight our way back in the Premier Soccer League next season,” Nyenye said.

The club has also roped in Denzel Chimwemwe from Herentals, Bright Chayambuka from Mufakose United and Ryan Harrison from an unnamed South African club.

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