Written by MARAPOST SPORTS
BLANTYRE—The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has asked local clubs and players to follow all procedures and requirements of transfers following the announcement of the opening of the transfer window Friday.
FAM general secretary Suzyo Nyirenda said players have the liberty to change clubs but warned that who flout the procedures would be punished, saying ignorance isn’t a defense.
Nyirenda said clubs shouldn’t be pushing for player’s signatures without discussing and reaching an agreement with players and their respective clubs.
“We don’t want to experience squabbles this time around. As much as we know that players can join any other team but procedures and requirements are paramount for the betterment of the game,” said Nyirenda.
Meanwhile, Flames stand in Captain Moses ‘Aruba’ Chavula has rejoined his former club Mighty Wanderers, popularly known as The Nomads.
Chavula was until recently plying his trade in South Africa and returned home as a free agent. He has been training with the Nomads this week.
“I am just waiting for clearance from South Africa; otherwise I have joined Wanderers and continue from where I stopped. I will probably start playing in the second round of the TNM Super league,” said Chavula Friday.
He said the Nomads fans should expect excellent performance from the team so that they win the 2012 championship.
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