“I am praying that I stay injury-free for the rest of my career. When I was injured, I was in hell as it cost me my position in the past two seasons. At some point I was loaned out because of my knee injuries and it’s very hard fighting back to get your position. I am now happy to be back playing again and I am slowly getting back to my best,” he said.
After a knee injury two seasons ago, Murambadoro was loaned out to Mpumalanga Black Aces where he saved them from a last minute relegation threat. Last season, he suffered a groin injury in the Students’ 1-1 League match against Orlando Pirates on September 18. It cost him his first team jersey and he struggled to reclaim his position. He was forced to play second fiddle to the young Darren Keet who moved to Danish club, Brondby IF, at the beginning of the season.
Previously, Murambadoro featured for Caps United, now defunct Hellenic, Benoni United and Israel-based Bnei Sakhnin.