Enough is enough! After being on the sidelines for sometime, Mighty Be Forward Wanderers striker Jimmy Zakazaka has officially announced his self-made extradiction at the club, Nyasa Times understand.
Both Zakazaka and the club Team Manager Steve Madeira confirmed the development in two separate exclusive interviews granted to Nyasa Times on Wednesday.
The former Free State Stars, Bay United and Thanda Royal Zulu forward who was once nick-named ‘Weapon of Mass Destruction’ by late Zambian veteran soccer Commentator Dennis Liwewe cited ‘lack of game time’ as the major reason that has forced him to cut ties with the Nomads.
“It’s true that I have resigned,” Zakazaka briefly told Nyasa Times after watching Wanderers beating Mafco FC 1-0 in a mid-week round of 16 Carlsberg Cup match at Balaka Stadium Wednesday.
Asked on what will be his next move, in his usual ever-smilling gesture Zakazaka said: “I am a free man now and ready for talks with
“I am ready to play for any club that will show interest and comes forward for serious talks, once we agree terms, I will move on” he
On his part, Madeira said: “Zakazaka handed in his resignation letter this morning (Wednesday) so as a club we are yet to sit down and see how best to handle the issue”.
Zakazaka was signed by Wanderers after crossing the floor from Nyasa Big Bullets in 2015-16 season but has made little impact as he was spending most of his time warming the bench and even completely being left out for selection.
He joined Wanderers after failing to agree terms with Nyasa Big Bullets upon his return from Mozambique.
But the player had to reverse his decision after he already earlier signed a pre-contract and went on to join Botswana Premier League side Botswana Defence Force where things never worked out as expected forcing him to return to Malawi and rejoin the Lali Lubani outfit.
Mlozi out at BB
In a related development, Nyasa Big Bullets pint-sized striker Diverson Mlozi’s has also resigned.
His playing career might be over based on the reasons presented to his employers.
Mlozi tendered in his resignation to Bullets executive this week which states that he has secured an employment outside football somewhere.
Bullets interim General Secretary Albert Chigoga confirmed receiving the letter.
Chigoga said the player could not be blocked based on the conditions that are in the contract agreement form the two parties signed.
He further revealed that Mlozi will serve a one month notice before departure.
The player who joined the team from Mponela FC has spent eight seasons at the club.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :