Sweswe plans return to PSL
Posted: 7 October 2008 Time: 10:21 am
Former Manning Rangers defender Thomas Sweswe tells KickOff.com that he is itching to make a PSL comeback in December.
The central defender turns out for champions Zimbabwean champions Dynamos, who are involved in the CAF Champions League semi-finals, and said he would cross the Limpopo River to try his luck with a few PSL clubs after the current season in Zimbabwe ends in December.
“My contract with Dynamos will run out at the end of this season and I am hoping to find a South African club in December.
“For now, I cannot say which club I will join because I have received a number of offers. It will all depend on who gives me the highest offer,” says Sweswe, also a fringe player with the Zimbabwean national team.
Sweswe is at the Harare-based club on a season’s loan from relegated Mwana Africa, who have since disbanded.
A steady defender, who packs a powerful shot, Sweswe began his professional career with Sporting Lions and moved to Bulawayo-based Highlanders in 2002, after Lions were relegated.
He left Bosso in 2003 and signed for Rangers alongside fellow Zimbabwean central defender, Dazzy Kapenya.
Both left under acrimonious circumstances after the club was also relegated in 2005, and headed back to their homeland.