Unlike Mitchelle Katsvairo who has signed for Caps United in Zimbabwe, there has been no luck for Edmore Chirambadare in his search for a new club.
Katsvairo and Chirambadare came to South Africa at the same time when they were signed by Kaizer Chiefs in 2016 under former coach of the side, Steve Komphela.
With Katsvairo having left Chiefs in January after his loan spell with Singida United in Tanzania, Chirambadare had his contract terminated by the Soweto giants at the end of last season.
Following the winger’s unsuccessful trial with Maritzburg United, an indication is that newly promoted Black Leopards have been considering adding him to their roster for the 2018/19 season although there hasn't been aything official on that as yet.
“Edmore Chirambadare would like to continue playing in the PSL and he is still looking for a club. He’s been attracting interest from a number of clubs, but the problem that is affecting him at most of the clubs is the foreign quota,” said the source.
The player’s representative, Michael Ngobeni from M Sport Management, said they are still confident of finding a new club for the 26-year-old.
“Edmore is a free agent and is not being affected by the transfer window or things like that. We can still get him a club even after the first or second week of August, after the league has started,” said Ngobeni.