Richard Chipuwas’ four -year reign at Mighty Be-Forward Wanderers may soon come to an end, in fact as early as before the 2015 soccer season kicks-off as the Nomads’ shot stopper plans to dump the Lali Lubani boys.
Chipuwa, who had been linked with CAF participants Big Bullets FC late last year, exclusively told Malawi News Agency Wednesday morning that he wanted other challenges.
It is understood that Chipuwa has made contacts with two foreign teams and Malawi Police team Blue Eagles, though the Area 30 out-fit have yet to make an official approach for the talented goalkeeper.
On the interest from Big Bullets, Chipuwa has few word:
“Big Bullets approached me on the possibilities to join them but they cannot afford me. I asked them if they were ready to start negotiations on what l want but they never came back. In short l would rather join a foreign team or any other local team apart from Bullets.”
Chipuwa noted that football was a short career and that it was better to make it big while still in top form.
However, he was quick to stress that he loves Wanderers and that if the team would meet his demands, he could rescind his decision.
Chipuwa came up through Zomba United, regularly frustrated some Super League teams with his skills before being persuaded to join Wanderers, in 2012.