Limbikani Mzava speaks out on AmaZulu departure

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Usuthu offloaded Neil Boshoff, Xola Mlambo, Luvuyo Memela, Philani Zulu, Limbikani Mzava, Tsepo Masilela, Kgotso Moleko, Hendrick Ekstein, Abraham Majok, Thabo Qalinge, Siphelele Mthembu, Andre de Jong and Augustine Mulenga.   

"I’m weighing up the option of heading overseas because I have that option available having engaged some people at some clubs," says Mzava.

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"However, I have to be sure in terms of money about what I’m leaving South Africa for since this is now my home.

"I can’t just say I’m going to Europe when the money is not worth it for me.

"The people that I have spoken to were just waiting for me to be free and since my contract is up on June 30 this will then become clearer.

"Maybe next week all will have become clear about where I’m going to play next," says the Malawian international who was stuck on just two appearances last season.

"I can’t say much because those are football challenges which happen everywhere.

"I didn’t see anything wrong because those that were playing were doing well.

"Obviously people have taken notice that I haven’t been playing but I can’t say much about why I wasn’t playing because this is football and these kinds of things happen everywhere.

"But then I went to the AFCON, played the first game but then got injured in the first half of the second game and from there came back to work and travelled with the team to Guinea.

"Sometimes you cannot be the player who is always asking the coach all these questions about why you are not playing. You just have to work, remain focused and make use of the chance when it arrives," he says.

The Malawian international is now playing as a ‘local’ having spent over a decade in South Africa.