The former Caps United and Zimbabwe national team first choice goalkeeper, who signed for Mpumalanga Black Aces in the just-ended season, did not feature for Clive Barker’s side in the campaign.
“Overall, it was a good season for the team as we managed to finish the league in Top 8 which was one of the great improvements, but I am not happy I did not contribute to that personally,” said Murambadoro.
“I do not blame anyone for that because the team was playing well, but any player would tell you they want to have a run now and then as the team makes its great strides.”
Murambadoro, one of the most experienced players in the PSL, believed his delayed residence papers could have also worsened his plight, as he endured some months on the side-lines waiting for his permit to be processed.
“This season is one of those I would like to forget quickly as I was out of action for some time. At my age, I need to play regularly, but I hope my fortunes will change as we approach the new season. Otherwise, I am really enjoying my stay at Aces and would love to continue here.”
The former Warriors goalie believed he would play and contribute a lot in the coming season, as he was focused on commanding a regular start in the Amazayoni team before his contract ends in June next year.Post published in: Football