Nkhatha Ends 10-Year Mzansi Stay, New Deal Signed
Kingston Nkhatha Has Penned A New Deal After Leaving SuperSport United
Kingston Nkhatha has penned a new deal in Zimbabwe after parting ways with SuperSport United.
According to reports in Zimbabwe, the former Kaizer Chiefs striker has signed for Dynamos in that country’s Premier Soccer League.
Nkhatha’s deal with Dynamos has been confirmed by club president Solomon Sanyamandwe to Zimbabwean publication The Herald.
“We have signed Kingston because we believe he has the talent and experience that we need to help us perform better. It’s a statement from us that we want to do better than we have been doing because our fans deserve to see a competitive and successful Dynamos and this is just the beginning of the exercise to improve our team. We have to provide the coach with the right material, in terms of players, and it’s only then that we can judge if he is doing well or he isn’t doing well. You can’t judge or blame the coach when he doesn’t have the right players and this is an area that we have chosen to address,” Sanyamandwe has been quoted by the publication.
Nkhatha parted ways with Matsatsantsa at the expiry of his contract in June. Having arrived in Mzansi in 2007 when he joined Free State Stars from Zimbabwe’s Caps United, Nkhatha went on to play for Carara Kicks, Black Leopards, Chiefs and Matsatsantsa during his stay of over 10 years in the country.