Warriors defender Costa Nhamoinesu has left Czech top-flight club Sparta Prague after seven years.
The 34-year-old’s contract expired at the end of June and it was not renewed. He is now a free agent. In a statement, Sparta said:
Costa Nhamoinesu leaves Sparta after seven years with the club. His contracnt expired and he is now free to look for a new club.
We would like to thank him for all the good things he has done for Sparta.
Nhamoinesu joined Sparta in 2013 and won a double – the league and Czech Cup in his first year.
He was part of the team which reached the Europa League quarter-finals during the 2015/16 season.
The Zimbabwean made 203 appearances, the highest by any foreign player in the club’s history. He was also the first African to captain the side.