In 2020, he pushed for the cancellation of his contract on a technicality that the club owed him US$3 000 in signing-on fees from the previous season. Shadreck Nyahwa returned to training with Bulawayo Chiefs after failing to force a move out of the club. In 2021, Nyahwa joined Dynamos.  However, Bulawayo Chiefs raised a red flag over Dynamos’ acquisition of Nyahwa whom they insisted was still contracted to them. Chiefs hinted that they would demand transfer fees if Dynamos were allowed to retain Nyahwa. ZIFA registered Nyahwa with Dynamos as the employer of his choice. Bulawayo Chiefs were advised to pursue recourse through proper dispute handling procedures as available in Zimbabwe's football statutes.
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