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19 December 2016


 Ocean Mushure

Ocean Mushure

DYNAMOS star Ocean Mushure has disowned agent George Deda saying he does not have a contract with him.

Deda has been quoted by the media regarding the future of the player while Moore Moyo has also been quoted as the player’s manager.

Yesterday Mushure said the comments from two different people claiming to represent him inside six days threatened to jeopardise his future.

“Let me put the record straight that I’m not represented by Mr George Deda. I was surprised that he was speaking on my behalf and so far it has complicated things for me.

“Yes, my contract with Dynamos is coming to an end but I’m yet to agree with any team. Moore Moyo in the past has been handling my issues as my manager and talked briefly with him about my future recently. But I also do not have a contract with him,” said Mushure.

The DeMbare left back said the confusion created in the past days meant that he will now be representing himself in any talks with clubs.

“What it means now is that I have to negotiate for myself in the mean time. The most important thing at the moment is to give Dynamos a chance to negotiate for a new deal.

“If we do not agree on something, I can then move on and entertain other offers on the table. So DeMbare, the club that I have been for the past years, have the first priority,” Mushure said.

The Premiership giants are expected to meet the player today and try to convince him to stay.

H-Metro understands that FC Platinum and Ngezi Platinum are leading the race to sign the highly rated left back.

It has emerged that ZPC Kariba have also joined the race to sign the former Monoz and Motor Action player.

“At the moment I cannot reveal the names of any of the clubs that have expressed interest until I have spoken to Dynamos first. But I can confirm there is interest and I have to make the best possible decision,” he said.

Mushure did not have the best of seasons at DeMbare this year, with injuries also keeping him on the sidelines for some of the matches.

“It was not a good season for me and I think the injuries mostly affected me. It is not difficult to come out of injury and maintain the same form. We also did not have the best of seasons as a club and I believe with more hard work, the club will bounce back,” he said.

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