That is the year the player quit the former PSL defending champions, but he is itching for a return to action. Adding that he missed the action, Mweda said he was desperately searching for a club that would help him trade leather in professional football again. “Any chance that I get, I will use to the fullest. I am still young and full of energy because I have kept myself busy by training with local first division outfit, Chippa United,” he said.
“Life has not been easy for me. I still have a lot the game.”
Now employed as a security controller, Mweda is a former youth international, having played for the national Under-17, 20 and 23 categories.