Malajila, who went for trials last month on 20 July has returned home but has reportedly failed to make the grade at the Belgian club. Dynamos secretary Stan Kasukuwere declined to say much about the outcome of his trials in Belgium but close sources said he has returned to Dynamos for good as he failed to impress the Belgian technical team although he is one of the most feared strikers on the domestic soccer scene.
The source said Malajila would feature for Dynamos up to the end of the season while he looks for other opportunities that might come his way. While his failure to impress the Belgian technical team was unexpected given that he has been on top of his game,it is welcome news for Dynamos who are eager to win the league title this season.
DeMbare have been missing their little magician especially in attack where their front line has looked ordinary without him. Although Malajila failed to break into the Belgian league, he scored one goal in a friendly match for the club.
The Belgian champions, who finished ninth and 30 points off the pace in the
2008/9 season, have on their books- the Warriors midfield duo of Honour Gombami and Vusa Nyoni. Malajila joined Dynamos this year on a season’s loan from Southern Region Division One side Chapungu.Post published in: Football