Richard Zimunya, Sports Reporter
FORMER FC Platinum and Chippa United defender Elvis Moyo has pledged to repay Bulawayo Chiefs for the faith they had in signing him.
Moyo was unattached since last year when he was released by South African side Chippa United.
He is one of the three additions for Chiefs during the just ended mid-year transfer window.
In an interview with H-Metro Sport yesterday he said:
“I feel great that I joined Bulawayo Chiefs and I think it’s going to be a good challenge for me.
“I have been out for a long time and they showed that they still believe in me, so it’s on me now to repay that faith they had.”
The 27-year-old defender will for the first time in his career play for a different team with his twin brother Kelvin.
“I don’t think it’s going to be a problem that we have separated because it’s something we always used to talk about with Kelvin before.
“So now that it is reality we have to face it.”
He added that it will not even affect him psychologically or his performance.
“This will not affect me, maybe it would have if we were still young but now its work first and then we make time to meet up.”
Moyo has previously played for Highlanders Under 19, Bantu Rovers ,FC Platinum and Chippa United.