FORMER Dynamos captain Justice Majabvi, who a�?temporarilya�? took a break two years ago from the game that gave him fame and fortune, says he would not risk a DeMbare return as the club was in a management jumble.
a�?The state of the team is not good at all. While it has been two years for me off the field as I took a temporary break I wouldna��t risk and make a return to the club. There is a lot of poor club management at Dynamos and it is really sad. The Dynamos family deserves better. There is a need to embrace a real professional approach in the club,a�? said the 34-year-old holding midfielder on the sidelines of the COPA Coca Cola 30th edition official launch at Rusununguko High School on Tuesday.
a�?Most of the time while I was the Dynamos captain, we used to wait for gate takings and take their share lock them up in the changing rooms then go on to play because we didna��t trust the executive. The whole of 2007 I didna��t get paid at Dynamos and even after I got injured it was my manager Gibson Mahachi who took care of the medical bills,a�? he said.
Majabvi, a father of one who also played at Vietnamese Club Vicem Hai Phong FC, Poland , Tunisia and Tanzania, addedA� that he was concentrating on his private projects with little focus on football.
a�?At the moment Ia��m doing my private projects with little focus on football.A� I learnt a lot in Europe but I also missed home. I have great memories of Dynamos matches at Barbourfields Stadium especially against Highlanders. I really loved the atmosphere. Playing against players such as Johannes Ngodzo and Richard Choruma was a great experience. They were talented players and I must admit that I once wished to play for Highlanders,a�? said the Kwekwe-bred former Warriors midfield enforcer.
Majabvi signed for Dynamos in the 2006 season from the now defunct Lancashire SteelA� and a year later he was appointed team captain and he was the first skipperA� to win theA� local league championship with the Glamour BoysA� since 1997.
He also played in the African Champions League in 2008 up to the semi-finals with Dynamos where he made 14 appearances and scored once.
He is three-time Zimbabwe Soccer Star of the Year second runner upA� (2005 at Lancashire Steel, 2007 and 2008 at Dynamos FC).
Born 26 March 1984, Majabvi earned his first cap for Zimbabwe during a friendly match against Zambia in 2004.