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Zulu calls it is time

Written by  Lucky Millias

Lilongwe, March 26, Mana: Former Silver Strikers midfielder, Alick Zulu has called it is a time to quit playing active football after playing for many years.

The midfielder confirmed the development to Malawi News Agency (Mana) Wednesday said he has done his part and he need to pave way for the new blood.

Zulu said he is now concentrating much on his professional job as a mechanical and assisting Santhe Admarc Football Club a team that plays in Central Region Association Football (CRFA) league division II as a coach.

‘‘It was a long journey and I believe I had done my part in football and it is time for the up and coming footballers to continue where I had stopped,’’ he said.

The Former Eagle Berks FC Star said he had stopped playing football because of ankle injury he got when he was playing friendly game between Santhe Admarc Football Club and Mchinji Boma Stars in Mchinji.

Zulu believed that he had achieved his dreams of playing football in big team in the country like Silver Strikers and encourages young footballers to concentrate much on football and school if they want to achieve the goals of playing football in big teams and professional.

‘‘Let me encourage young footballers to take football as a business and learn from the experienced ones if their want to achieve the goals in their career,’’ he said.

In 2016 and 2017, Zulu was part of Silver Strikers squad before he denied to be loaned to Kalonga United in 2018 and joined Engineering Battalion FC a team that was playing in Central Region Football Association premier division before he returned home.


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