Kevin Bulaji is a talented young football player who plays for Dynamos Football Club as a midfielder. He has also featured for the club as a midfielder.

Kelvin Bulaji
Kevin Bulaji
Image Via The Herald
Born Kelvin Kenneth Bulaji
May 22, 1991
Nationality Zimbabwe
Occupation
  • Footballer.
Employer Dynamos Football Club

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Background

Bulaji was born on 22 May 1991

Career

The striker started his career with DT Africa before he was bought by CAPS United Football Club. The player is said to be very versatile that he can play in almost in any position.[1] Bulaji went on to play for Caps United but he did not have an outstanding season with the club which saw them underperforming for most of the season. At the end of the 2014 season, Bulaji joined fellow city rivals Dynamos Football Club for an undisclosed amount on a two year contract.[2]

The DT Africa Debacle

The player was tied to DT Africa through a contractual obligation which was likened to slavery in certain sections of the media. The contract stipulated that the player could only leave the club upon the payment of a buy out of 300 000, yet the club was only prepared to pay him $120 a month, non of which he received.[3] At the time of penning the deal, Bulaji was still a teenager. The deal was also said to be renewed automatically every two years if the player does not move to a foreign club. The matter was brought for consideration by ZIFA Player Status Committee.

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References

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  1. Kevin Mapasure Caps closer to Bulaji deal, Zimbabwe Independent, Published: May 17, 2013, Retrieved: March 30, 2015
  2. Henry Mhara Dynamos confirm Bulaji signing, NewsDay, Published: December 29, 2014, Retrieved: July 6, 2015
  3. Robson Sharuko Isnt this Slavery, The Herald, Published: April 2, 2014, Retrieved: March 30, 2015