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'Musona Needs To Make A Sound & Sober Decision'

Knowledge Musona – the Zimbabwe senior national team striker and captain – has been urged to make the correct decision regarding the next move in his next career.

The football fraternity is waiting to see where the former Kaizer Chiefs forward will go in his next career move, as he is expected to come to the end of his spell at Anderlecht in Belgium after it was decided that he is not part of the club’s plans for the 2020/21 season.

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The Absa Premiership’s big guns in Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns have both been linked with the speedy forward, while it is believed that he has also attracted interest at other clubs abroad.

“It is important to note that Knowledge is an extremely talented player who is also a very influential figure in the Warriors’ dressing room. That is a fact and we need not to make a mistake about that,” Zimbabwean journalist Sikhumbuzo Moyo told the Siya crew.

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“As you rightfully said, a number of teams both in SA and outside Africa have shown interest in his services and he needs to make a sound and sober decision. It makes no sense for one to live in the borrowed comfort that you are on the books of a European team when you barely make it into the matchday squad, let alone starting line-up,” he added.

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“So, personally, I think Musona needs to move and join a team where he will get uninterrupted game-time and as a result of that, freely walk into the Zimbabwe senior team without anyone raising eyebrows on why he is selected when he doesn’t enjoy game-time at club level. We have seen some greats doing that, talk of arguably the greatest Warriors of all time Peter Ndlovu, his late elder brother Adam (may his soul continue resting in peace) and Agent Sawu, among the players who came back to mother Africa. Even Collins Mbesuma of Zambia, so to me the best decision for our skipper will be to move and move now!” the senior sports reporter concluded. 

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