FOR the second time in his playing career, former Warriors midfielder Tafadzwa Kutinyu is set to re-join Chicken Inn amid revelations that the player was expected to be in Bulawayo yesterday.
Kutinyu (27) re-joins his former paymasters ahead of the country’s midseason transfer window closure on Sunday.
“Chances are very high that we will be adding one more player to our squad. Tafadzwa Kutinyu should be coming to Bulawayo today (Thursday). With his vast experience that saw him play for Horoya in Guinea and Azam in Tanzania, we expect and we are very sure that he will give us something in our midfield,” said Chicken Inn head coach Joey Antipas.
Kutinyu, a former Warriors and Bantu Rovers midfielder, was at Tanzania’s DTB Football Club.
Kutinyu was part of the 2015 championship-winning Chicken Inn, coached by Antipas before the gaffer joined AmaZulu in South Africa and later moved to Chicken Inn in 2018. He also played for Singinda United in Tanzania in 2017-2018 and Azam FC (2018-2019) before moving to Horoya AC in 2019.
Ahead of their Week 23 away tie against ZPC Kariba set for Saturday at Nyamhunga Stadium, Antipas underscored the need improve their game.
“We just have to improve. We are in turbulent waters. We will need to work on our way back. Football is a game when you can go on top and at times fall. We need to look ourselves in the mirror and I believe we can come good once again after conceding seven goals in three games,” said Antipas.