By Lawrence Trusida
Former Warriors and Caps United utility player Method Mwanjali who announced his retirement this Friday says he has no career regrets as he walks out of the beautiful game.
The talented player who played either in midfield or defence started off his career at Hwange FC, before moving to another mining club, Shabanie and his skills would take him to Caps United in the capital and it was there that he attracted the attention of Mamelodi Sundowns, a club that he would go on to captain at one time.
After Sundowns, he moved to Mpumalanga Black Aces before going to Simba Stars of Tanzania and finally returning to Caps United where he ended his career after an injury in 2019 playing against his former team, Hwange.
Many people believe that it was that injury that actually costed Caps United the title that year, as after that incident the team conceded more goals than with him in the team.
Yellow, as he was known on the pitch, says he has no regrets but would have loved to win the league as a player.
He added that the current situation where there is no football being played also contributed to his retirement.
“I was injured in 2019 and since then I haven’t been the same I wanted to come back to football but then again there is no football being played so I decided to hang my boots and concentrate on my books.”
The 38 year old who won 3 COSAFA titles, two with the senior national team and one as a youth international, is currently studying toward attaining a qualification in Sports management majoring in Business Principles in sport.
Already he is a qualified ZIFA level two coach and has a South African Football Association coaching D license as he eyes to become a coach in the not so distant future.
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