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Bring it on, says Swadick Sanudi

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Having abandoned retirement by default to save depleted Nyasa Big Bullet s on Sunday, veteran goalkeeper, Swadick Sanudi, says he is ready to extend the last instalment of his playing career.

With Bullets first-choice ‘keeper Ernest Kakhobwe injured, Sanudi caught fans by surprise when he appeared in the Bullets’ line-up at Kamuzu Stadium during their TNM Super League match against Kamuzu Barracks (KB). Bullets won the game 4-1.

“I am ready even for the national team. I did not stop playing due to form, but due to family issues. I also lacked motivation to carry on. Those in charge [of Bullets] at that time seemed to favour someone else, so I just stepped aside,” said the Bullets’ goalkeepers’ trainer.

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Sanudi, who also played for Dynamos in South Africa, stepped in at Bullets as second-choice keeper, Chimwemwe Kumkwawa, was serving the last game of his three-match ban.

Bullets loaned out Owen Chaima to Mbeya City Council FC in Tanzania. Bullets Assistant coach, Mabvuto Lungu, said before the game, Sanudi offered to play. Winger Fischer Kondowe was the improvised substitute keeper.

Despite dropping dangerously balls twice in the penalty box after making diving saves, Sanudi’s positioning and command of the box kept Bullets in the game.

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Ben Hojani scored for KB with Collen Nkhulambe and Chiukepo Msowoya netting a double each during the game.

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