One man's meat is another man's poison.
The number of footballers who have walked away from Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila because of the trouble bedevilling the club is large.
But one player sees it as an opportunity to revive his career.
Chirambadare did not have the best of stays at Amakhosi and he quickly sunk into oblivion when he left the club.
He was cut off by Chiefs in 2018 and has since been hoping from club to club without an lying success.
Chirambadare last played for Real Kings in the GladAfrica Championship where he featured 20 times in all competitions and scored three goals.
TTM are already home to two Zimbabwean internationals - goalkeeper Washington Arubi and defender Farai Madhanhanga.
Lately, many Zimbabwean players have struggled to make an indelible mark in the DStv Premiership.
Source: NewsDay (Zimbabwe) Mon, 8 Feb 2021
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