ALL SET FOR KHAMA’S GRAND UNVEILING

Langton Nyakwenda 

KHAMA will make his first public appearance since his sensational return to the local Premiership, when Yadah Stars unveil their 2024 squad at Heart Stadium in Waterfalls tomorrow. 

The former Zimbabwe national team star signed for Yadah last week, in a US$70,000 deal that triggered a frenzy in the local football fraternity. 

Billiat, whose contract with Kaizer Chiefs expired in June, was club less until Yadah staged a massive coup, beating Dynamos and Manica Diamonds in a race for the 33-year-old player. 

Yadah doled out US$20,000 for the signing-on fee and will pay Billiat a monthly salary speculated to be between US$2500 and US$5,000, making him the most expensive player in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League. 

Billiat will now be officially unveiled tomorrow at 4pm. Admission into the majestic Heart Stadium is free and a live band will spice up the event. 

“Preparations for the mega unveiling ceremony are underway, and we expect a huge turnout given the player’s profile,” said Everson Chatambudza, Yadah Stars chairman. 

Billiat went for a short holiday in Victoria Falls soon after completing his move to Yadah Stars. He is back in Harare and has been training with The Miracle Boys since the beginning of the week.

The Miracle Boys have also told Denver Mukamba that the door is open for him to try and revive his career at Yadah FC.

“I’m a big admirer of Mukamba and seeing him in this situation is not good for our football,” said Prophet Walter Magaya, the owner of Yadah FC.

“I think he is the most liked and respected player in the Castle Lager Premiership and regardless of his background, we are not going to shut the door on him if he wants to join Yadah.

“Yadah is his home, he knows that, and he is the one who has to make that decision if he still wants to play football at the top level.”

Highlanders legend, Ralph Matema, also revived his career at Yadah when he kkwas in Mukamba’s situation.

Reports have also indicated that they are also targeting former Warriors forward Evans Rusike who has been plying his trade in South Africa.

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