Highlanders Sign Key Defender
11 January 2019
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Correspondent|Highlanders’s have received a timely boost with Peter Muduhwa extending his contract with the club by two years.

Muduhwa’s initial contract with the Bulawayo giants was set to expire at the end of this year.

“It’s true that Peter has extended his contract with us. He signed a two year new contract,” said Bosso chief executive officer Nhlanhla Dube.

Dube says the club is excited to retain the services of defender Peter Muduhwa.

Muduhwa extended his stay at the Bulawayo giants with another two years to put an end to speculation surrounding his future.

The 25-year-old had delayed renewing his contract and was now heavily linked with a move to Chicken Inn or Ngezi Platinum Stars where could have linked up with former coach Erol Akbay.

“We are happy to announce that Peter Muduhwa has extended his contract. We are happy because we needed his experience and also continuity from last season. We are also excited that we have retained the bulk of the players from last year,” said Dube.

Muduhwa has been a key figure at Highlanders since his arrival at the club. Muduhwa was signed from Ajax Hotspurs by Highlanders in 2015 and loaned out to Bulawayo Chiefs where he spent 3 months and returned to Bosso during the Mid Season Window.