Justice Majabvi
Justice Majabvi, Zimbabwe soccer, Zimbabwean footballer
BornJustice Majabvi
(1984-03-26)March 26, 1984
Kwekwe
ResidenceZimbabwe
NationalityZimbabwean
EducationNemakonde High School
Occupation
  • Footballer
  • Football Agent
EmployerWSM Marketing & Management
OrganizationChallenge Football League


Justice Majabvi is a former Zimbabwean footballer who was born on 26 March 1984 and currently the General Manager of Challenge Football League. He is a former player for Dynamos Football Club as a midfielder and captain. He has also ventured into the world of player management after having joined the Germany-based football agency WSM Marketing & Management as their agent/advisor in Zimbabwe.[1]


Background

He was born on the 26th of March in 1984 in Kwekwe. He went to Nemakonde High School for his secondary education. He was spotted by Nelson Matongorere in 2000 during a Coca-Cola Tournament where they lost in the final to Churchill Boys High. He later signed for the now defunct Lancashire Steel Football Club. He retired from football at the end of 2016 and his plan is to be an administrator one of the days.


Career

He was part of the Nemakonde High School team which lost the final to Churchill of Harare at the 2000 Coca-Cola national finals played in Mutare. This is where he was spotted by then Zimbabwe national Under-17 coach Nelson Matongorere. From there he was signed by Lancashire Steel after writing his Ordinary Level exams.[2] Majabvi earned his first cap for Zimbabwe during a Friendly match against Zambia on 15 July 2004; also played in the African Champions league in 2008 up to the semi-finals with Dynamos Football Club and he made 14 appearances in the African Champions League and 1 goal against Swaziland team in Harare. Majabvi signed for Dynamos FC in 2006 season from Lancashire Steel FC for 3 years but his move was not smooth because Lancashire wanted compensation and the issue was resolved by the Player Status Committee. In 2007 as Dynamos FC captain, he won the League Championship, CBZ Cup and Nestlé Cup. He was the first captain to win the League Championship since 1997. He is a three time Zimbabwe Soccer Star of the Year 2nd runner-up (2005 at Lancashire Steel, 2007 at Dynamos FC and 2008 at Dynamos FC). In the 2008–2009 season Majabvi joined Lask Linz FC of Austria in the Austrian Bundesliga Tipp3 on a three-year contract. Majabvi had to join a Vietnamese club Khatoco Khan Hoa FC during the 2011-15 season and he has played all of the team's matches whenever he was fit. He ended his playing career at Tanzanian side Simba SC in 2017.

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References

  1. Daniel Nhakaniso, [1], The Standard, Published: 26 April, 2020, Accessed: 3 May, 2020
  2. Mehluli Sibanda, [2], The Sunday News, Published: May 20, 2018, Retrieved: December 12, 2019