Castle Lager Premier Soccer League debutants Simba Bhora have signed Ghanaian goalkeeper Rashid Seidu on a two year contract.
Seidu a former Ghana U23 international began his career with giants Asante Kotoko before he went on to play for AS Douanes in Niger. He returned to Ghana where he turned out for Bechem United, Legon Cities and Karela United.
The 27 year old will be hoping to wrestle the number one jersey from Simba Chinani at Simba Bhora.
He joins a number of experienced players who signed for Simba Bhora among them Partson Jaure, Tichaona Chipunza, Talent Chawapihwa, Blessing Moyo, Hughe Chikosa and Keith Murera.
Simba Bhora lost their opening match of the season 2-1 to champions FC Platinum at the National Sports Stadium on Saturday in which they had early momentum before lost concentration towards the end. They will be seeking redemption against last season’s runners up Chicken Inn in their next match this weekend in Bulawayo.
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