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== Background ==
 
== Background ==
Malajila was born the 3rd of October 1985 in [[Eiffel Flats]] suburb of [[Kadoma]], in the [[Mashonaland West Province]] of [[Zimbabwe]].<ref name="goal">, [http://www.goal.com/en-za/people/zimbabwe/25569/cuthbert-malajila Cuthbert Malajila],''Goal'', retrieved:20 Apr"</ref>
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Malajila was born the 3rd of October 1985 in [[Eiffel Flats]] suburb of [[Kadoma]], in the [[Mashonaland West Province]] of [[Zimbabwe]].<ref name="goal">, [http://www.goal.com/en-za/people/zimbabwe/25569/cuthbert-malajila Cuthbert Malajila],''Goal'', retrieved:20 Apr"</ref> He currently runs a football academy in Kadoma by the name of CUMA Football Academy who were playing in Division 2B and are awaiting a ZIFA decision to ascertain if they will be promoted into the ZIFA Northern Region Division 1 League.<ref name="The Standard">, [https://www.thestandard.co.zw/2019/08/25/malajila-ploughs-back-kadoma-community/],''The Standard'', Published: August 25, 2019 ,retrieved: November 8, 2019"</ref>
  
 
== Career ==
 
== Career ==
Cuthbert "Cazola" Malajila became the first local player to join a Tunisian soccer club when he finally completed move away from [[Dynamos Football Career]] when he signed for Club Africain. Malajila, who was in the previous season Soccer Star of the Year runner-up, had established a reputation for himself in the local Premiership as a dangerous marksman since his days at former top-flight side [[Chapungu Football Club]].<ref name="newsday">, [https://www.newsday.co.zw/2010/08/17/2010-08-17-malajila-joins-tunisian-club/ Malajila joins Tunisian club],''NewsDay'', published:17 Aug 2010,retrieved:20 Apr 2015"</ref> He once had a two weeks trial stint in Belgium with Cercle Brugge. In his footballing career, Malajila has played for a humber of teams which include;
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Cuthbert "Cazola" Malajila became the first local player to join a Tunisian soccer club when he finally completed move away from [[Dynamos Football Club]] when he signed for Club Africain. Malajila, who was in the previous season Soccer Star of the Year runner-up, had established a reputation for himself in the local Premiership as a dangerous marksman since his days at former top-flight side [[Chapungu Football Club]].<ref name="newsday">, [https://www.newsday.co.zw/2010/08/17/2010-08-17-malajila-joins-tunisian-club/ Malajila joins Tunisian club],''NewsDay'', published:17 Aug 2010,retrieved:20 Apr 2015"</ref> He once had a two weeks trial stint in Belgium with Cercle Brugge. In his footballing career, Malajila has played for a number of teams in Zimbabwe and abroad.
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===Teams Played For===
 
*[[Chapungu Football Club]]
 
*[[Chapungu Football Club]]
 
*[[Highlanders Football Club]]
 
*[[Highlanders Football Club]]
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*Mamelodi Sundowns
 
*Mamelodi Sundowns
 
*Bidvest Wits
 
*Bidvest Wits
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==National Team==
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Malajila has 31 caps for the national team and scoring 9 goals in the process. He was part of the Warriors team that won the COSAFA Castle Cup in 2009 at Rufaro Stadium after defeating Zambia 3-1 with him scoring one of the goals and [[Nyasha Mushekwi]] scoring a brace.
  
 
== Awards ==
 
== Awards ==
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*Golden boot winner COSAFA cup 2009.<ref name="facebook">, [https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cazola-malajila-cuthbert/146603842055519?sk=info&tab=page_info Cuthbert Malajila],''Cuthbert Cazola Malajila Facebook Page'', retrieved:20 Apr 2015"</ref>
 
*Golden boot winner COSAFA cup 2009.<ref name="facebook">, [https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cazola-malajila-cuthbert/146603842055519?sk=info&tab=page_info Cuthbert Malajila],''Cuthbert Cazola Malajila Facebook Page'', retrieved:20 Apr 2015"</ref>
 
*[[Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League]] winners' medal x1 (2011 with [[Dynamos Football Club]])
 
*[[Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League]] winners' medal x1 (2011 with [[Dynamos Football Club]])
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*Premier Soccer League Champions x3 (2013/14, 2015/16 with Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa and 2016/17 with Bidvest Wits)
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*Nedbank Cup (2014/15)
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*Telkom Knockout (2015)
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*MTN Cup (2016/17 with Bidvest Wits)
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==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 13:35, 8 November 2019

Cuthbert Malajila
Cuthbert Malajila, Zimbabwean Footballer
Cuthbert Malajila
Born (1985-10-03) October 3, 1985 (age 34)
ResidenceSouth Africa
NationalityZimbabwean
Occupation
  • Footballer
EmployerBlack Leopards Football Club
Notable workPlays for the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team
Home townKadoma

Cuthbert Malajila is a Zimbabwean born South African based footballer who recently signed for Black Leopards Football Club for the 2019/20 season and a former Mamelodi Sundowns player. In the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League, Malajila has played for teams such as Chapungu Football Club, Bulawayo-based Highlanders Football Club and Dynamos Football Club.

Background

Malajila was born the 3rd of October 1985 in Eiffel Flats suburb of Kadoma, in the Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe.[1] He currently runs a football academy in Kadoma by the name of CUMA Football Academy who were playing in Division 2B and are awaiting a ZIFA decision to ascertain if they will be promoted into the ZIFA Northern Region Division 1 League.[2]

Career

Cuthbert "Cazola" Malajila became the first local player to join a Tunisian soccer club when he finally completed move away from Dynamos Football Club when he signed for Club Africain. Malajila, who was in the previous season Soccer Star of the Year runner-up, had established a reputation for himself in the local Premiership as a dangerous marksman since his days at former top-flight side Chapungu Football Club.[3] He once had a two weeks trial stint in Belgium with Cercle Brugge. In his footballing career, Malajila has played for a number of teams in Zimbabwe and abroad.

Teams Played For

National Team

Malajila has 31 caps for the national team and scoring 9 goals in the process. He was part of the Warriors team that won the COSAFA Castle Cup in 2009 at Rufaro Stadium after defeating Zambia 3-1 with him scoring one of the goals and Nyasha Mushekwi scoring a brace.

Awards

  • Golden boot winner C.B.Z cup 2006
  • Soccer star of the year finalist 2006
  • Golden boot winner P.S.L Zimbabwe 2007
  • Soccer star of the year 2nd runner up 2008
  • Soccer star of the year 1St runner up 2009
  • Golden boot winner COSAFA cup 2009.[4]
  • Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League winners' medal x1 (2011 with Dynamos Football Club)
  • Premier Soccer League Champions x3 (2013/14, 2015/16 with Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa and 2016/17 with Bidvest Wits)
  • Nedbank Cup (2014/15)
  • Telkom Knockout (2015)
  • MTN Cup (2016/17 with Bidvest Wits)


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References

  1. , Cuthbert Malajila,Goal, retrieved:20 Apr"
  2. , [1],The Standard, Published: August 25, 2019 ,retrieved: November 8, 2019"
  3. , Malajila joins Tunisian club,NewsDay, published:17 Aug 2010,retrieved:20 Apr 2015"
  4. , Cuthbert Malajila,Cuthbert Cazola Malajila Facebook Page, retrieved:20 Apr 2015"