Malawi super league giants Big Bullets veteran, Fischer Kondowe, has refuted rumours that he will retire from active football after Sunday’s match against Civo United at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.
There have been reports that Kondowe will follow James Chilapondwa who announced that he has retired from active football a couple of weeks ago.
But in an interview with Malawi24, the former Black Leopards player denied the claims.
“Sindikudzidziwa ine zimenezo [I don’t know anything about that],” claimed Kondowe.
However, a few months ago, Kondowe disclosed in a social media post that he shall hang up boots when Mac Fallen Ngwira’s performance impresses him.
“You do not just stop playing active soccer as if you have been evicted from a rent house; you are required to stop when things are in order.
“I have already made a name in the football family, so I have to help Mac Fallen by advising him what to do, therefore when I will get satisfied with his performance is when I will retire from active game of soccer,” Kondowe said.