Bullets striker Jimmy Zazakaza has moved to the team’s bitter rivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, it has been confirmed.
Zakaza, top scorer for the Malawi flagship league champions, was left out of the team’s trip to Comoros I sland for the CAF Champions League against Fomboni FC.
The striker said he decided to “defect” after Bullets failed to show interest in the players after the expiry of his contract.
“I waited for two months but they did show any respect for me as they started negotiations with other new players,” Zakazaka said.
“I started training with Wanderers last week and we are speaking the same language on the contract.
He said what remained paperwork to seal the deal.
He said he was forced out of the Red Army having contributed to the team’s having contributed a lot last season.
“I proved my worth by scoring nine goals in all competitions last season. Football is my job so there’s no problems switching club. Of course I talked to Gift [elder brother] for adavice afer Wanderers made advances on me.”
Wanderers Vice-General Secretary Chris Kananji confirmed of the player nickname “Weapons of Mass Destruction” by Zambia’s celebrated football commentator late Denis Liwewe after his only goal ousted Zanacco in the CAF Club Champions.
The 30-year-old has joined Wanderers a free agent having re-joined last season where he scored nine crucial goals in all ompetitions, six of them league goals.
Zakazaka, whose first professional club was Admarc Tigers before Silver Strikers has followed his elder brother Gift.
He has played for South Africa’s Free State Stars, Bay United and Cape Town FC before returning home following a dip in form.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :