Dynamos striker Edward ‘Duduza’ Sadomba will play at Rufaro Stadium for the last time this afternoon as the 36-year old is set to retire at the end of this season.

The forward is capping his illustrious career after returning to the Harare giants this year.

Sadomba confirmed the news to the Herald ahead of his team’s Match-day 33 clash against Harare City today.

He 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 was part of the Dynamos squad that reached the semifinals of the CAF Champions League in 2008. He moved to Sudan the following year before playing in United Arab Emirates and Libya.

Duduza’s last game of his career will be a trip to Triangle United in Match-day 34 of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.