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Malajila signs for Libyan club
27/12/2010 00:00:00
by Nkanyiso Moyo
 
Frustrated ... Cuthbert Malajila
 
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CUTHBERT Malajila has become the first Zimbabwean to play professional football in Libya after signing for First Division side Al Akhdar on loan.

The former Chapungu, Highlanders and Dynamos striker scored another first earlier this year when he signed for Tunisia’s Club Africain but he has been frustrated by lack of game time.

Speaking on a holiday visit to Zimbabwe, Malajila said: “I joined the Libyan team on a six-month loan deal because I was not getting enough game time this season. I have been used as a substitute for just about 20 minutes per game and I feel I’m wasting my time.

“Al Akhdar wanted a permanent move like Maritzburg in SA, but were turned down by my club, so in June I will be back in Tunisia.”

Malajila, the top scorer during the 2009 Cosafa Senior Challenge, has struggled with his international career having had unsuccessful trials with Cercle Brugge of Belgium and a number of South African clubs.

Previously, a major problem was the tug of war between Chapungu and Dynamos.


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