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Baroka FC part ways with former Kaizer Chiefs striker David Zulu

12:41 GMT+3 08/08/2018
David Zulu
Zulu is on the lookout for a new team after his contract was terminated by Baroka

Baroka FC have parted ways with former Kaizer Chiefs striker David Zulu barely a month after signing him on a free transfer. 

Zulu has been struggling to find a permanent since leaving Amakhosi over a year ago, and he was hoping to revive his career at Bakgaga Ba Mphahlele.

The 32-year-old, who moved to Chippa United after finishing as the National First Division (NFD) top goalscorer in 2014. 

He was later signed by the Glamour Boys during Stuart Baxter's final season only to be sent out on loan to the Chilli Boys after a year.

Zulu leaves Baroka without kicking a ball in competitive matches, and it's unclear at this stage why the club decided to part company with the Johannesburg-born marksman. 

Coach Wedson Nyirenda left Zulu out of his matchday squad for their opening game of the season against AmaZulu last weekend. 

Zulu is reportedly training with NFD side Maccabi FC who are coached by former Jomo Cosmos and Kaizer Chiefs defender Mokete Tsotetsi. 

Meawhile, Baroka CEO Morgan Mammila has revealed that there are no offers for Talent Chawapiwa. 

The Zimbabwean midfielder is on the radar of Chiefs, who inquired about the player's availability during the off-season.

Mammila said while they will not stand in the player's way should any of the PSL teams table concrete offers, Chawapiwa won't come cheap for whoever wants to sign him. 

“Currently I don’t have any offer for the boy. He must just continue to perform and if he stays consistent, teams will knock on our door. If he doesn’t play well and waits for the move, it won’t work. He must perform so that these teams can come forward (with concrete offers),” Mammila told IOL

“He is worth between R3 million to R5 million. Whoever wants him must just look at those figures. Depending on his performance, that can also still rise. I am open to offers if teams want to sign him,” he added.