Mubayiwa, who skippers SA National First Division side, Witbank Spurs, said he would only be happy to be selected after investigations have been completed into the match-fixing scandals, in which 30 have been cleared so far.
“My time to don national colours will come and I don’t want to take advantage of the suspended players. I know that some players out there might be happy that their colleagues were suspended and that now it’s their time, but that is not the case with me. I am talented and would want to represent my country normally,” he said.
He said his next target would be to play in the ABSA Premiership next season, having seen it all in the lower rank.
“We have become perennial losers in our quest to gain promotion to the league, but we have learnt a lot from our previous mistakes and we are determined and personally, I think a PSL break is long overdue,” said the 27-year old midfielder,. Whose side has found new form in the bloated first division.Post published in: Football