Monday, August 6, 2018

Tinotenda Kadewere Revealed Snubbing Belgian Giants Standard Liege & KV Oostende For French Ligue 2 Side, Le Havre!

Former Swedish based forward, Tinotenda Kadewere revealed he initially had offers from Belgian giants Standard Liege and KV Oostende before choosing to sign for French Ligue 2 side Le Havre from Djurgadens IF FC.

The 22-year-old former Harare City star who completed a 2 million Euros move to the Northern Coastal side on a four-year deal late last month, revealed in an interview with his club that Standard Liege, who are ranked one of the best clubs in Belgian top flight league and Knowledge Musona's former club KV Oostende,  were after his signature but chose Le Havre.

"I had so many offers, the other ones from Belgium", said Kadewere

"I had Standard Liege and KV Oostende, and i also had an offer from a team in Scotland, but i chose Le Havre because of the history of the team.

"It is a big club, playing in one of the best league in the world. French league is one of the best watched leagues all over the world. It does not matter if its in Ligue two,  i know the team has the capacity and capabilities to go to Ligue one.

Having produced top quality players in the world like Manchester United's Paul Pogba and Manchester City's Riyad Mahrez, Kadewere is aiming to follow in their foot steps and use Le Havre's development expertise to reach greater heights.

The Warriors young star is still to make his debut at Le Havre as he is still nursing an injury he picked up before joining the French side and is expected to return back to action in September or early October.


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