Mtizwa struggles in club hunt

TSHWANE — FORMER Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder, Lionel Mtizwa has told the Soccer-Laduma crew that he has been unlucky in his search for a new club.

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The Zimbabwean says he wants to continue his search in the South African Absa Premiership before thinking about going back home.

“I am still around and I haven’t found a club yet. I am not training with anyone at the moment. I train on my own. My agent is still trying to get me a club and he is organising something for me. I can get a team in Zimbabwe without any problem, but I am just looking for a team in the PSL (Premier Soccer League) for now.

“I can go to Zimbabwe any time. It will be easy for me to go and play in Zimbabwe if I want to go and play there. It’s just a phone call and that’s it,” Mtizwa said.

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5 Comments

  1. He is better off in zimbabwe
    If he still wish to be a star think he must go back and retrace his footsteps

  2. Willard Mubvumbi

    He must come back home and play for Black Rhinos the club his father made a name. He should always come back home and see his parents, dzinza rikatsamwa musango mauri hazvikufambire. Wodyiroko here? Most of Zim players are ashamed of themselves once their careers get a nosedive, thats why you see most of them end up washing dishes, selling CDs and working as rank marshals.

  3. He must come back to makepe-kepe asimbise chikwata.

    1. so whats the problem if you know you can play here

  4. Stew, Zim soccer yaibhadhari yakadhakwa. There is really nothing meaningful they get out of it.

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