Former Malawi national football team and Nyasa Big Bullets football club veteran striker Chiukepo Msowoya says he has four seasons to play active football before he retires from active football in 2024.
Famous for his heroic lone goal against Egypt at the three times African Cup of Nations (AFCON) champions during the 2010 qualifiers which sent the Flames to the finals of the Continental showpiece in Angola after 25 years, the striker says he feels he has more energy now to still play active football but has already started planning for his retirement.
“I feel I still have the energy to play four seasons before I hang my boots as I want to retire on my own and not to be forced. By making this decision, I have approached a number of people who will guide me and we have already started making retirement plans,” he said.
The 31 years old striker started his career at KRAAD Eagles in Karonga and has played for a number of clubs in the top flight league including Red Lions, ESCOM United and Nyasa Big Bullets. He has also played professional football in Mozambique where he featured for Mulcumana, Maxaquene and Costa do Sol as well as in South Africa where he played for Orlando Pirates, Platinum Stars and Golden Arrows football clubs.
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