Clifton Miheso of Golden Arrows challenged by Bandile Shandu of Maritzburg United during the Absa Premiership 2016/17 match between Maritzburg United and Golden Arrows at Harry Gwala Stadium, Pietermaritzburg South Africa on 28 October 2016 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix
Thursday Mar 02, 2017. 16:30
According to news landing at AfricanFootball.com, former Golden Arrows winger Clifton Miheso, could join Zambian side, Buildcon FC.
The Soka25East website has it that the newly-promoted Zambia Super League outfit are set to sign former AFC Leopards and Kenyan winger Miheso.
The player's agent George Bwana has revealed that both parties have agreed the terms and it is a matter of few hours before they sign the deal.
MIHESO INSISTS ARROWS POINTED A GUN TO HIS HEAD
It is reported that Miheso has been delighted with latest developments as he will find a new football home to revive his career.
“We have agreed on almost everything but nothing is signed as yet. I am heading there to play football, something I love, while also looking for a fresh start,” Miheso is quoted.
Meanwhile, the winger made headlines earlier this year when his South African side, Arrows reportedly terminated his contract by forcing him to sign the document at a gunpoint.
The Durban-based side has refuted the claims on a number of occasions prompting the South African Football Player's Union to take the matter to FIFA.
However, if the Zambian deal goes through the skillful left sided attacker will join three other Kenyan internationals Jesse Were, Anthony Akumu as well s David Owino who ply their trade with Zesco United.