By Branton Matondo
Spencer Ngwerume has officially signed a one year contract with 2019 Central region division one runners up Sheashum Fc.
Ngwerume, prior his current signing was plying his trade with Caps United Fc were he received slim game time.
He said that the move to Gweru fancied side is a green light in his quest of gaining game time amid the possible return of football.
“l can just say its all about game time and working with good coaches who understands you willing to give you a chance to prove your self and the hunger to archive more glory to the most High god.”
The return to Central region division one is a third stint after Fc Platinum Under 19 and Kwekwe based Zpc Munyati Fc.
“It’s a new test of competition and l always love to play away from home, ” added Ngwerume.
Ngwerume’s official manager Kudakwashe Garufu who is also the director of KEIZ sports management based in South Africa said that Ngwerume’s move came at the right moment considering that he had hunger for game time.
“His move came at the right time considering the fact that we have been looking for much game time.
“I strongly believe that Spencer has what it takes to play at any level and moving to a first division will make him develop to play at higher level and considering his age, his experience will obviously assist the team to gain promotion,” added Garufu.
Spencer Ngwerume officially signed for KEIZ Sports Management in 2018 and from then on he has joined Takunda Mawarire currently with Dynamos Fc and Tawana Chikore currently with Fc Platinum for player management.
Attempts to reach out for Sheashum Fc head coach were fruitless.
Central region soccer league which stretches from Kwekwe to Beitbridge boasts of competition from reputable sides.
Sheasham Fc, TelOne Fc, Chapungu Fc, MSU Fc, Vumbachikwe Fc and Zpc Munyati Fc are the biggest and most fancied teams.
Division one football is expected to kick start soon while the Castle lager premier league is expected to start on the 29th of October just after the Chibuku Super Cup which will commence on 23 October.