By Obert Sithole
Talent Chawapiwa says he has joined Sekhukhune United to rejuvenate his career which was stagnating at AmaZulu because of lack of game time.
Chawapiwa used to enjoy a lot of game time during his time at Baroka but went off international radar with the Warriors following his move to AmaZulu.
“This move can open many, many doors for me. This move is important for me and it has come at an important time for me as it will give me opportunity to have game time,” Chawapiwa said.
There are many people who wanted to see me playing and I said to myself I am letting a lot of people down. Sometimes it’s not about the love of money but the love of the game.
There are many supporters who want to see you grow in football week in week out. So this move will see me playing week in week out and bring the love of the game once again.”
Chawapiwa believes he still has what it takes and can still represent his beloved Warriors and the move at Sekhukhune will give him the platform to rediscover his touch and catch the attention of the National selectors.
“I am sure this move will open the doors for me and see me playing for the National team once again. For one to play for the Warriors you must play week in week out at the highest level. So when you are not playing you can’t expect to see yourself representing your country.”
At Sekhukhune he will unite with compatriots Tapuwa Kapini, Walter Musona and McClive Phiri with a possibility of Ovidy Karuru and Evans Rusike also joining him at the club..