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Possible new boss for Limbikani Mzava

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Malawian defender Limbikani Mzava could possibly have new bosses soon as TS Galaxy owner Tim Sukazi is expected to buy Highlands Park in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) before the start of next season.

Reports in South Africa media indicate that the club had put a value of around R55 million (about K2.7 billion) despite Park owner insisting the team was not for sale. However, yesterday reports were rife in the South African media that the club has been valued for possible sale.

For months now, Highlands owner Brad Kaftel had played down speculations.

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“We aren’t actively looking for to sell the club. We have not concluded any such sale. The reality is that in business one always has to be open to any situation that may present -that is normal business practices,” he was quoted as saying on www.SoccerLaduma.com in June.

“We haven’t played football in three months and we are now seeing the effects of Covid-19 all around the world. All businesses are going to be challenged significantly in the new world economy. We have loved every minute running Highlands Park and our intention is to continue for many years to come.”

Many clubs across the world have been hugely affected due to Covid-19 pandemic. Minus injuries, Mzava has been one of the most consistent Malawian players in the PSL for three consecutive seasons. However, Mzava was not readily available for his comment yesterday. He was listed among 14 most valuable foreign players alongside Orlando Pirates and Flames striker Gabadinho Mhango. Mzava was ranked sixth at R17.3million whereas Mhango was ranked eight at R15.2 million.

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Mzava, formerly of Mighty Tigers and defunct Escom United, moved to South Africa when he signed for Bloemfontein Celtic in 2011 before moving to Mpumalanga Black Aces in 2015.

But he moved to Park at the start of the current season which has been halted due to Covid-19 pandemic. Mzava also had unsuccessful trials with French giants AS Monaco and Hapoel Tel-Aviv in Israel.

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