By Peter Kanjere:
Former Flames captain, Limbikani Mzava, has been linked with a switch to other South Africa Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs, amid reports that he wants out of Golden Arrows.
Recently, Mzava— the only Flames player who enjoys regular game-time in the PSL—told the local media that he was unlikely to renew his contract with Arrows beyond June 2019.
Kick-Off football magazine of South Africa reported on Monday that Highlands Park and Maritzburg United were interested in the centre-back, alongside his Arrows team-mate striker Lerato Lamola.
“Also set to leave Arrows at the end of this month is defender Limbikani Mzava, who has attracted interest from Maritzburg United and Highlands Park,” www.kick-off.com reports.
Mzava played for Bloemfontein Celtic then Mpumalanga Black Aces before signing for Arrows. In Malawi, he played for Mighty Tigers and Escom United.
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