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Murambadoro eyes comeback

Former BidVest Wits goalkeeper Energy Murambadoro, who went back to Zimbabwe to look for a new club, has returned back to South Africa.

The former Hellenic goalkeeper is currently training on his own at his base in South Africa and he has promised that he will bounce back in the next season.

He said that he didn’t want to rush things after Wits had released him but instead will weigh up the options available to him.

He told supersport.com that he will be keeping fit on his own, waiting for the start of 2013/14 PSL season where he will be looking at joining a team in South Africa.

“I am currently training on my own and I am fit. I have been receiving enquiries from some teams here in South Africa but I think I have to wait until in August for the start of the next season so that I can start afresh,” he said regarding his future.

“I can still play at a top level team and I want to give it a chance at the start of the new season. So for now I have just to keep on working,” the former Warriors first choice stopper added.


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