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SuperSport United unveil Terrence Dzvukamanja 

SuperSport United have confirmed the signing of former Orlando Pirates striker Terrence Dzvukamanja ahead of the 2023/24 PSL campaign. 

Dzvukamanja joins Matsatsantsa from the Soweto giants for an undisclosed transfer fee. 

Pirates made a decision on Dzvukamanja’s future following speculation about his departure this past Monday, 17 July 2023. 

The Zimbabwean international’s deal with the Buccaneers expired at the end of June 2023 and the Sea Robbers opted against exercising the one-year option on his contract.


“SuperSport United FC is pleased to confirm the signature of Zimbabwean International Terrence Dzvukamanja for an undisclosed transfer fee,” read the club’s statement. 

Meanwhile, SuperSport head coach Gavin Hunt added that he is happy to have Dzvukamanja on board and reckons that he knows what the 29-year-old goalscorer is capable of in the field of play. 

“I know him very well as I have signed him before,” said Hunt on Dzvukamanja’s unveiling. 

“He is a versatile top player and can play in multiple positions, which is what we need. 

“We are happy to have him. He is a good goalscorer and can also play in areas that you need a player.”

Terrence Dzvukamanja unveiled by SuperSport United.
Terrence Dzvukamanja


“As a player, I want to achieve a lot in the club. I want to score goals and obviously win trophies as well,” said Dzvukamanja. 

Yesterday, the Tshwane giants also announced the acquisition of the 22-year-old Nigerian forward Etiosa Ighodaro on a one-year loan deal from cross-town rivals, Mamelodi Sundowns. 

To add to that, Washington Arubi also joined the side from Marumo Gallants on a one-year deal with an option to extend, and Tanzanian international defender Abdurazak Hamza on a one-year contract. 

SuperSport also managed to recruit Phathutshedzo Nange from Kaizer Chiefs and managed to keep Siphesihle Ndlovu and Grant Margeman on permanent deals from Pirates and Sundowns respectively. 

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