AmaZulu and Zimbabwean veteran goalkeeper, Energy Murambadoro (36) has called time to his playing days after a long and illustrious career which spans over 16 years as a professional footballer.
Murambadoro bade farewell to his teammates on 15 May at a club breakfast gathering.
He had the following words to say: “I’m happy to announce that I’ve hung up my playing boots and gloves. I’ve had to consider a lot of things regarding this. I’m proud of the road I’ve travelled over the years in my career.”
“Now is the right time to pass the baton to the younger generation of goalkeepers. I’m of the belief that here, at AmaZulu there is exciting talent coming up with the likes of Siyabonga Mbatha, Neil Boshoff and Yao (Jean Noel Amonome) all making steady progress with every chance that comes.”
“I’d like to thank Usuthu management, the technical team, my teammates and the supporters for the support throughout my time at the club,” said Murambadoro.
AmaZulu General Manager, Lunga Sokhela thanked the former Bidvest Wits minder for his commitment to the green and white brand since joining in 2013.
“We thank Energy for his professionalism since joining the AmaZulu family from day one. He has been a good example to the youngsters, and all involved behind the brand. We wish him nothing but the best in his retirement,” said Sokhela.
Murambadoro has also turned out for Caps United (Zimbabwe), Bnei Sakhnin (Israel), Hellenic, Benoni Premier United and Mpumalanga Black Aces.Share