HomeSportSoccerMajabvi resurfaces in Vietnam

Majabvi resurfaces in Vietnam


Former Dynamos midfielder Justice Majabvi has reportedly found a new home in Vietnam, with reports saying he has signed a two-year deal with that country’s top-flight league club Khánh Hoa.

Majabvi has been clubless since the expiry of his contract with an Austrian club LASK Linz early in June this year and has been hoping from one club to the other in different countries for trials, but without success.

However, a sport website, yesterday reported the Warriors midfielder had signed for Khánh Hoa FC, which plays in the Vietnam top league, ending speculation over his future.

Majabvi’s manager Gibson Mahachi, previously refused to comment on issues concerning Majabvi with NewsDay Sport, and could not be reached for a comment yesterday.

Khatoco Khánh Hoà is a Vietnamese football club based in Nha Trang. They play in the top division in Vietnamese football. Their home stadium is Nha Trang Stadium.

The team won their promotion into the league in 2004 and went on to win a double in their maiden season in the top-flight — the league and the KTV Cup.

Majabvi rose to the limelight in the maroon and white jersey of Lancashire Steel in Kwekwe, where he formed a telepathic combination as an attacking midfielder with Wellington Sibanda, now in Botswana.

He came to Dynamos with David Mandigora and was duly rewarded with a league and cup double in 2007 before he moved to Austria.

After his contract expired and the Austrian side was relegated, Majabvi tried his luck — without success — at Bloemfontein Celtic, Bidvest Wits and Kaizer Chiefs, who all decided against signing him as they needed an attacking midfielder.
Chiefs, in particular, turned to his Warriors teammate, Willard Katsande.

Recent Posts

Stories you will enjoy

Recommended reading