Mulife quits Swazi side to rejoin Lusaka Dynamos

nyambe-potraitMALANTI Chiefs’ ace goal-stopper Sitali Mulife dropped a bombshell Tuesday when he announced his shocking resignation from the team with immediate effect.
The Zambian international goalkeeper, who was into his second season with the Pigg’s Peak based outfit, tendered his resignation to the team Tuesday morning and further copied it to the Premier League of Swaziland (PLS).
Interviewed by this publication, the talented goalkeeper made it clear that he was returning to Zambia to rejoin his former team Lusaka Dynamos, who are fighting against relegation from that country’s premier league.
“I’m not staying with Malanti this season because I want to go back home to Zambia where I intend rejoining Lusaka Dynamos who have asked me to help them beat relegation. I’ve made up my mind that I’m not going to play my football in Swaziland this season. If a good offer comes, I’ll consider it for next season,” the goalkeeper explained.
Asked what was forcing him out of Malanti, Mulife was a bit coy with information, though he did admit that his resignation was prompted by some personal problems he was facing in the team.
“I don’t want to dwell too much into that because I’ve made up my mind that I’m leaving Malanti and going back home. I’ve given the PLS the copy of my resignation and have been trying to get hold of Malanti officials to serve them as well. Even the director Gumedze (Dumsani) is not reachable and this is frustrating me because I want to go back home as soon as possible,” he stressed.
Mulife however pointed out that he would consider an offer to return and play in the country in future but made it clear that it won’t be for the coming season.
“If a good offer comes up while in Zambia from a Swazi team, then I would have to seriously think about it but for next season, I won’t be playing in Swaziland,” the goalkeeper said.
Efforts to trace comment from Malanti officials hit a snag at the time of compiling this report last night.

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