Granvia Joins S.A. Club And Cancels Long Standing Debt Owed To Him By Highlanders
20 July 2019
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Gabriel Nyoni

Shortly after securing a move to Maritzburg United, a Zimbabwean player has written to his old team to tell them not to worry about the money they owed him.

Team of Choice’s new midfielder, Gabriel “Granvia” Nyoni, wrote an email to Highlanders in Zimbabwe to let them know that he was donating the money they owed him back into the team.

According to a report published by The Chronicle newspaper in Zimbabwe this week, the 26-year-old midfielder said he was writing off the debt as a recognition of Highlanders’ contribution to his career.

“In recognition of the contribution that Highlanders made to my career and as a contribution to its financial well-being and particularly its focus on young players. I have after conversations with the club CEO decided to donate any and all money owed to me by the club,” wrote Nyoni.

“Highlanders will always be close to my heart. I did not play for Highlanders only to get the love and support from its members and supporters but also to give the same back, which I now hereby do. Your son, Gabriel Nyoni,” reads the letter by Nyoni.

It is not clear how much Highlanders owed Nyoni who left them in December last year for Caps United.

Nyoni joined Maritzburg last week after a few days on trial. He has pledged to work hard to repay Maritzburg’s faith in him.