John Maduka (born 27 September 1970) is a retired Malawian footballer who used to play for Bloemfontein Celtic until he retired in 2009.
|Full Name||John Maduka|
|Date of Birth||27 September 1970 (50 years old)|
|Occupation||Retired footballer, Football coach|
John Maduka Age
He was born on the 27th of September 1970 in Thyolo, Malawi. As of 2020, he is 50 years old.
He started his football career at the age of 16. While playing for his school Lilongwe Boys Primary School his talent was spotted by Davie Saccur; coach and owner of Davie Cosmos.
He attracted the interest of Silver strikers and Mighty Limbe Leaf Wanderers while playing for Davie Cosmos and Lilongwe Boys Primary School.
He also featured for PSL club Bloemfontein Celtic where he spent a total of 5 years and made 118 appearances before retiring in 2009.
He made his international debut for Malawi in a 0–4 loss against Zimbabwe in 1991. He has since made close to 90 appearances for The Flames.
He was appointed as the assistant coach at the club with Steve Komphela being the head coach and then became the head coach of Bloemfontein Celtic in July 2020.
- 2004–2009 Bloemfontein Celtic 118 apps, 6 goals
- 2003 Zulu Royals 25 apps, 1 goal
- 1997–2003 Bush Bucks 196 apps, 33 goals
- 1997 Preston North End 0 apps.
- 1995 Strindheim IL (on loan) 5 apps.
- 1992–1996 Silver Strikers 139 apps, 39 goals
- 1992–1996 Black Aces
- 1989–1992 Davie Cosmos
He has an estimated net worth of about $500,000