Legendary Dynamos striker Edward “Duduza” Sadomba is set to retire from playing football at the end of the 2019 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.
Sadomba is expected to play his final game at Rufaro Stadium on Wednesday afternoon as DeMbare take on cross-town rivals Harare City. Speaking imminent from a long playing career, Sadomba said:
First and foremost, I give glory to God for a wonderful and successful career. He (God) guided me and I have achieved so much.
Of course, it’s difficult to leave something that you enjoy the most, football changed my life and it helped me to change other people’s lives through the Edward Sadomba Foundation.
It was a privilege to meet and dine with leaders (presidents) of many nations, football is a life-teaching career, it unites people and brings peace.
Sadomba played a pivotal role, alongside fellow forward Philip Marufu, in the club’s journey in the CAF Champions League when Madhinadhina reached the semi-finals in 2008.
Duduza went on to play for several years in Sudan (where he remains an icon to this day) and in the United Arab Emirates.