Andriamirado Andrianarimanana happy for delay

Andriamirado Andrianarimanana – the former Kaizer Chiefs player, is happy in a time of the football ban. He hopes to make his return to the team once the Premier Soccer League resumes. The player’s entire career is in question which is a solid reason to worry about.

Despite the fact he might fly out of the club, he still hopes to be In the Lidoda Duvha shirt this season. Andrianarimanana moved to Kaizer Chiefs back in 2018, from Fosa Juniors. However, the transfer was deemed illegal by Fifa. He remained banned for four months. After that, he struggled to make his mark at Naturena so the coach decided to ship him away to Lidoda Duvha.

Everything happened at the beginning of this campaign. The coronavirus is a blessing but also a curse for him. He hopes to be out on the field with the first upcoming match. Read more on soccer 10 today;

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Andriamirado Andrianarimanana happy because of the season delay – ‘Jesus gave me this’

“At this moment, I’m staying at home and slowly training. I am coming back to play after two months. It is Jesus who gave me this, not Corona but Jesus.” – Andriamirado Andrianarimanana added.


The player started playing for Soweto giants in 2018. The Juniors were furious as he was still contracted to them. They went to complain to the global football governing body. The governing body decided in favour of the Malagasy club which automatically meant his suspension. When Fifa discovered that Madagascan signed for PSL league-leading team, Kaizer Chiefs defended that the player did not have a professional contract in the time of the move. Despite everything, the 28-year-old midfielder got a four-month ban.

He had and opportunity to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Kaizer Chiefs got a ban from signing players for two consecutive transfer windows with a chance to appeal to the CAS as well.

This break was a good thing to Andriamirado Andrianarimanana as his suspension time is running. However, the break won’t help Chiefs to get back on track.

Offensive midfielder Andrianarimanana was recruited from Fosa Juniors FC in Madagascar. He has penned a two-year contract with a one-year option. Andrianarimanana was selected as the best player at the recent COSAFA Cup, which was held in South Africa.