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Archieford Gutu back in Zimbabwe

Posted: 14 September 2010 Time: 09:50

Ajax Cape Town have terminated the contract of Zimbabwean teenager Archieford Gutu and have not registered him with PSL as he is still a minor. 

The 17-year-old midfielder was unable to complete his registration with the PSL after Ajax failed to secure a resident local guardian to help him process his papers as his parents passed away in Zimbabwe.   The Urban Warriors CEO George Comitis said Gutu, who was home sick, has since returned back to Zimbabwe.   "We tried everything to register him but failed. He was staying with his uncle in Zimbabwe and we needed to transfer his guardianship to another relative here in South Africa but that takes a long process.   "Also, the boy's mind was no longer here and he was home sick so we decided to terminate his contract."   

Article by: Ernest Fakude

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 10:38 am
God has rescued you youngman!Go ahead & play Zimbabwean Soccer,aim higher & you will get a better deal someday.Not only has God rescued you but as well as your skills.
posted: 11:23 am
This is a sign that things are really getting better in Zim.
posted: 02:06 pm
Nonsense, this boy will just regret and at the time it will be late...
posted: 02:07 pm
Actually he will start regretting when his buddies are saying how can he let go such an opportunity...
posted: 02:24 pm
trevor: 2010-09-14 10:38 [ Report ]
Makaykay: 2010-09-14 11:23 [ Report ]
I think you guys are idiots, both of could you say was an opportunity of a lifetime...whn playing for AJAx he has chances to play for Ajax amsterdam, or other team overseas...wanna tell me Zim league is better than PSl...come on do be fools....
posted: 04:13 pm
Stonza: 2010-09-14 14:24 [ Report ]
Why name calling? can't you make your point without disrepting others.

posted: 08:02 am
If its a good idea why Downs has just acquired the services of a striker who said to be Promising in Zim currently, why Nengomashe, Musona, Nyandoro don't consider going back there. Don't you see that South Africa had joined top 10 Countries for Football exposure
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