Absa Premiership

Ex-Chiefs forward snapped up by Tunisian giants

2017-01-04 11:46
Matthew Rusike (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs forward Matthew Rusike has put an end to his stay with Swedish outfit Helsingborgs after signing a three-year deal with CS Sfaxien.

The Zimbabwe international forward netted six goals in 32 appearances in all competitions for the seven-time Swedish champions.

The reigning Tunisian league winners publicised their announcement of the acquisition of the 26-year-old, who has been selected to do duty for The Warriors in the Africa Cup Of Nations.

"Pleased to announce the final conclusion of an agreement between the Bureau and Director striker Zimbabwean Matthew Rusike after signing a 3-year contract with CS Sfaxien," the club's website said.

"Welcome to Rusike in the CSSiste family and good luck."

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