Cape Town - Zimbabwean and former Mamelodi Sundowns
midfielder Lionel Mutizwa hopes to sign for a club in South Africa’s Premier
Soccer League before the transfer deadline on Friday.
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Mutizwa has been without a club since his contract with
Sundowns concluded at the end of the 2012/13 season, while he spent that term
out on loan at the University of Pretoria, where he played 17 matches.
According to the midfielder’s father, former player Stanford
Mtizwa, his son is still hopeful that he could play in the PSL again.
"At the moment Lionel is in South Africa trying to work
out if he can find a club to join in that country," Mtizwa senior told The
"He has told me that he will only try to get a team in
the Premiership there, and if nothing materialises he will return home, but he
really needs to be back in action."