Things are not well for Warriors gangly defender, Teenage Hadebe whose passport has expired and cannot fly back to Turkey where he plays for Yeni Malatyaspor.
The 24-year-old former Kaizer Chiefs defender was expected back in Turkey last Friday latest since his club had a match on Sunday and had hoped that they would use his services.
Hadebe came to Zimbabwe during the FIFA international and was part of the Warriors team that played against Botswana and Zambia.
Meanwhile, his team has already expressed disappointment in the manner in which Hadebe’s passport case is being handled considering that he is an international player who is currently in Zimbabwe because he agreed to play for his country.
Yen Malatyaspor authorities believe the case could have been handled differently considering Hadebe’s profile.
Hadebe is likely to miss another match as his club is scheduled to lock horns with Genclerbirligi on Friday as Warriors team Manager, Wellington Mpandare revealed that Teenage’s passport will only be issued on Thursday.
Missing in action again means that the one who replaced him in the two games will likely win the hearts of the coach and Hadebe would have to start fighting for his place.
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