JDR Stars bang international star signing on a three year contract
By Sanele_writer | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 489 views
GladAfricachampionship title chasers JDR Stars have banged an international signing Tapiwa Mandinyenga to thier sqaud.
The 18 year old star comes from the likes of Aces Youth Academy following in the footsteps of Knowledge Musona, George Gigova and Kharma Billiar in Zimbabwe and was part of the under 17 sqaud at the 2018 COSAFA championships.
He is known for his ability to play as a wall passer and willing to hold the ball and turns defense.
JDR Stars chairman has agreed that the player has signed a three year contarct with the club but hasn't disclosed when he will make first appearance for the club in South African soil.
JDR are in third position in the GladAfrica championship as they seek to make in the Premier Soccer League through promotion.
The GladAfrica championship League has reached tough tussel were teams plan to snatch maximum points in the league and secure their spot or get PSL promotion while other are surviving relegation.
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