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ZIMBABWEAN defender Colin Mujuru has signed a three-year contract with Kalisto Pasuwa’s serial champions, FBC Nyasa Big Bullets.

He joined the Malawian champions as a free agent.

“FCB Nyasa Big Bullets confirm the signing of Zimbabwean defender Colin Mujuru,” the club said.

“He joins The People’s Team as a free agent after agreeing to a three-year contract.

“The 26-year-old centre-back impressed head coach Kalisto Pasuwa during a two-week pre-season trial with the Malawi champions.

“Mujuru played for Herentals FC, Highlanders FC, ZPC Kariba, Harare City and Howmine FC in the Zimbabwean League. 

“He also had a one-year stint with South Africa’s National First Division side, Cape Town Ubuntu.”

Mujuru said:

“I am happy for this opportunity in my career to play for the Malawi champions and I am here to continue making them champions.

“Honestly, the pre-season was tough the way it should be, but after pushing myself I’m really happy penning myself to this team.

“I am here to make my presence felt in this league and I’m going to help this team with everything that they’d need, and I will leave everything to the coach because he knows where I’m supposed to give the team my experience and my abilities.

“Football is just the same whether you go somewhere, it’s just one language. You just have to know you’re in a different country, different people, different coach, but football is played the same wherever you go, you just have to listen and do as the Romans do, you’re good to go that way.

“I am willing to be part of this history-making team and I hope and pray to God that we continue doing that and nothing will change.”

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