Khuda Muyaba in defensive mode


By Mabvuto Kambuwe:


Controversial Silver Strikers forward, Khuda Muyaba, has said the video clip he recorded did not carry remarks directly referring to Malawi national football team.

In the video message with two other players, Muyaba said Malawi is not a footballing nation. “Kuti? Ku Malawi? A mpira kulibeko.


Mwabwerakotu a mpira kulibeko,” Muyaba says. One unidentified voice chipped in with the remark: “Cricket”.

There were reports that Muyaba was not happy with his exclusion from the Flames squad for the Cosafa Cup.

The striker is on record as accusing Silver assistant Coach, Lovemore Fazili, of being behind the exclusion.


“I am a Malawian and what I did had nothing to do with the Flames’ performance at the Cosafa Cup. But my point is that there is no football in Malawi. Why target me when people criticise the Flames on social media but nobody cares? People are blowing whatever I say out of proportion but the truth is that there is no football in Malawi,” Muyaba insisted.

In the sensational claim, he said there is no football in the country and that he would not play for any local club.

Muyaba has gone Awol (absent without official leave) at his club for close to two weeks due to unknown reasons as he tries to force the Central Bankers to terminate his contract.

Coincidentally, the former Moyale Barracks hitman recorded the video after Malawi exited the Cosafa Cup when they lost 4-2 to Zambia on post-match penalties after a 2-2 stalemate in regulation time.

In the video, which has gone viral on social media, Muyaba and two others appear to be mocking the Flames after the loss.

The striker joined Silver on a three-year deal after resigning as a soldier from Moyale in 2017.

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