Zimbabwean Midfielder Last Jesi Released Mid-Season By Sudanese Club Al Hilal2 years ago
Zimbabwean midfielder Last Jesi has been released mid-season by Sudanese football giants Al Hilal after spending just six months with the club.
Jesi and four other foreign players were shown the exit mid-season following the club’s failure to progress to the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League.
Jesi signed a three-year contract with the Sudanese giants in September last year for a reported US$65 000 fee.
The club had been impressed by Jesi’s performance when they played FC Platinum in the continental top-tier interclub competition.
The 26-year-old midfielder played for the platinum miners while on loan from Manica Diamonds.
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Reports from Sudan said the contract was terminated by mutual consent.
Hilal have since signed Osman Mukhtor, Hussein Al-Nour, Omar El-Masry as replacements on three-year contracts.
The dreadlocked midfielder recently played for Zimbabwe when they clashed with rivals, Zambia, at the National Sports Stadium in a dead rubber Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier match.
The Warriors lost that match by two goals to nill.