Cape Town - Former Zimbabwe Under-23 players Patrick and
Peter Mubaiwa have expressed their frustration with the delay of their
permanent residence applications.
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The Mubaiwa twins have spent the past five seasons at
second-tier side Witbank Spurs, but both signed two-year deals to join Chippa
United in July.
However, their dream move has since hit a snag as they are
still awaiting their papers before they can officially join the Chilli Boyz in
the top flight.
"At the moment we don't have any clue about when we
will finally receive our permits," Patrick told The Zimbabwean.
"When we call home affairs they just say our documents
will be ready soon and to tell the truth, this really hurts. We want to start
playing football, not sit and watch from the stands."
United will face Platinum Stars in the Telkom Knockout on
Saturday, October 4 at Royal Bafokeng Stadium.
Kick-off is at 15:00.