malajila.jpgThe stand-off between Airforce side Chapungu United and Dynamos over Cuthbert Malajila’s contract has created an air of uncertainty on the lethal striker’s career with the Airforce side still insisting that the Glamour Boys have failed to meet their side of the bargain.


The impasse between Dembare and Chapungu United has transformed Malajila from a lethal striker to a spectator. The national team hitman has to be content with watching action from the sidelines as his employers Chapungu are maintaining that the Harare giants failed to honour the terms of the two contracts the two sides entered into in January and March this year. This ultimately led to the Airforce side terminating Malajila’s contract with Dynamos on the 12th of April.
Airforce of Zimbabwe Command Sports Officer Group Captain Nisbert Chasakara said in no uncertain terms that Malajila is still a Chapungu player, adding that the Airforce side has even entered into negotiations with two clubs keen to acquire his services, which is an indication of the rights of ownership they have on the player.


Dynamos and Chapungu are set to meet the Zimbabwe Football Association Chief Executive Officer Henrietta Rushwaya on Wednesday to try and find an amicable solution to the deadlock which has led to the striker’s career hanging in an indeterminate state.


 Malajila last saw action for Dynamos in the Independence trophy final against Highlanders. While the bickering between the two clubs continues, it is the career of Malajila that has been rudely brought to a stand still. With his talent, it will be cruel to expect a national team striker to do duty for Chapungu in Division One when his colleagues are playing in the African Safari.