Nyasha Mushekwi, who is on the verge of making a comeback after undergoing surgery in Europe in 2018, faces an uncertain future in China after reports that he could be sacrificed by Dalian Yifang after his club exhausted their quota of foreign players.
Mushekwi Faces China Exit
Zimbabwe Standard, 24 February 2019
Zimbabwe international forward Nyasha Mushekwi insists he is not worried about speculation surrounding his football future following reports that he could be on his way out of… Read more »
Zimbabwean Striker Nyasha Mushekwi
Arsenal Bid for Carrasco Shows Mushekwi Is in Great Company
The Herald, 31 January 2019
Belgian World Cup star Yannick Carrasco, who formed a good partnership with Zimbabwe international forward Nyasha Mushekwi in the Chinese Super League last season, could today seal… Read more »
Mushekwi Makes It Five in Two Games
The Herald, 20 August 2018
Zimbabwe international forward Nyasha Mushekwi made it five goals in his last two Chinese Super League matches with a double for Dalian Yifang on Saturday. Read more »
Warriors' Nyasha Agony
The Herald, 3 October 2018
A COMPLEX situation surrounding Nyasha Mushekwi's injury and interim treatment procedures have meant that the bustling striker will not be available for the Warriors' assignments… Read more »
Willard Katsande, Cuthbert Malajila, Nyasha Mushekwi and Mathew Rusike have been omitted from the senior team for leading a protest against non-payment of bonuses earlier this ... Read more »
English, German and Dutch clubs are reportedly interested in signing Swedish League top goal scorer Nyasha Mushekwi following his impressive start for Djurgardens. Read more »
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