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Malajila's surprise move

[Posted 17 Aug 2010]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
This is the picture which was flighted on Club African website when announcing Malajila" signing

When he was expected to be moving to South Africa where he has gone for trials with several clubs, Cuthbert Malajila surfaced in Tunisia where he has now signed for powerhouse local team Club African.

Club African reported on their website on 16 August in French, "L'international Zimbabwéen et attaquant du Dynamos Football Club Cuthbert Malajila (Natif de 1985) vient de signer un contrat professionnel de 3ans au profit du Club Africain.

The direct English translation is “Zimbabwe international and Dynamos Football Club player Cuthbert Malajila has signed a three year professional contract with Club African.”

Rights to see Malajila are held by Airforce of Zimbabwe side Chapungu Football Club, even thouhg the player has been on loan at Dynamos for the past season and has had cameo roles in their champions league campaigns.

Malajila has attempted to break into the European and South African leagues before without success. His club searching experiences have taken him to Belgium where he an unsuccessful trial stint with Cercle Bruges in 2009. The club is home to two Zimbabwean players Vusa Nyoni and Honour Gombami.

The Zimbabwean international tried out his luck with South African premiership clubs Maritzburg United, Amazulu and Free State Stars, now coached by his former Warriors mentor Sunday Chidzambwa. The efforts did not produce any fruit for the player who, apart from Chapungu, also played for Highlanders in 2006, where he was on loan from Chapungu.

Malajila will become the first Zimbabwean player to play in Tunisia's topflight league. His move to Club African will signal the end of his flirtation with Champions League football, since his new club did not qualify for Africa's elite club competition this year.

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