John Maduka Reportedly Wants to Eat Humble Pie in Remarkable Royal AM Return
- John Maduka is reportedly in line to make a sensational return to Royal AM
- The Malawian legend inexplicably departed the Thwihli Thwahla last season
- After having left the club for Maritzburg United, things there did not work out
John Maduka might be returning to Royal AM.
The keyword is 'might' because the sources are questionable and the club's owner, Shauwn Mkhize was rather blunt in response to the rumour.
A supposed club insider told the Daily Sun:
"John is at this stage still considering his options, but he is very much interested in returning to Royal AM. Once he is ready, he will be put in charge. Remember, John left while MaMkhize was away on holiday, and he didn't leave on a bad note."
Exciting feature: Check out news exactly for YOU ➡️ find "Recommended for you" block and enjoy!
When the publication approached MaMkhize for a comment, she concisely responded:
"It's not true that Maduka is coming back to the club."
MaMkhize, Somizi savour Royal victory
Owner of Royal AM, Mkhize was left in a very good mood, regarding matters on football's field of play, Sports Brief reported.
MaMkhize was on hand to watch Thwihli Thwahla make light work of rivals AmaZulu. She was a victim of crime over the weekend, though she was not drawn into commenting on the incident.
The Citizen reported that there was a violent break-in on the same weekend at the football club owner's La Lucia residence which she shares with her ex-husband, Sbu Mpisane.
The incident was alleged to have been an attempted hit on Mpisane, with one attacker being injured and two accomplices escaping without any ill-gotten gains.
Maduka fires back at allegations
Maritzburg United's new coach, Maduka has gone on the offensive to ensure his name remains unsullied, Sports Brief reported.
Maduka suddenly called it quits at Royal AM last month, after guiding the side to a CAF Confederation Cup finish. Thwihli Thwahla finished in third place on the DStv Premiership table.
This then led to whispers that the Malawian left because he was not an accredited manager, which is compulsory to coach in CAF-sanctioned matches.
Source: Sports Brief News