Epac to sign foreign players

After winding up the 2015-2016 soccer seasons, Malawian local clubs have already launched negotiations with players from other clubs for a possible new signing in readiness for the next soccer season, among the teams is relegation survivors Lilongwe based Epac F.C.

Epac FC

Epac FC

Club Chairman Francis Shaba has confirmed that his club has casted its net wider to as far as Zimbabwe and Botswana.

According to Shaba, the team has already held discussions with a Zimbabwean player who is already in the country.

He also claimed that they will be bringing another defender from Botswana.

On the local scene, Shaba said they are continuing with the project of chasing the signature of Silver Strikers midfielder Ndaziona Chatsalira.

According to Shaba, the team already received a green light from Chatsalira’s parents that Njenjete will sign the player as he no longer wants to stay at Silver.

Shaba also revealed that they will not chase big names on the domestic scene.

Meanwhile, as part of strengthening the club, Shaba has asked the club owner Dean Josiah Banda to call for Executive Committee elections.

He said this will help in the smooth running of the club next season and promised to win silverwares.

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A chatsalira Epac si size yanu takhalani ku silver basi, amenewa ndio ma size kaya mwamva


lets wait and see but be careful coz nthawi yoononga kapena kukonza timu ndi imeneyi.


jst wait n siii mvula ikagwa kuchuluka zolira


Even those players nde chambatu you mean someone with his wisdom in the upstairs can leave Zimbabwe or Botswana to look for teams in Malawi. Is that player good or just from the social teams. What are you going to offer a player from foreign country. Ask Be backwords Wonderers aboiut that player from Cameroon.


Koma kanthu ndi khama nyerere inakokera bwampini ku una ndithu. Komanso matama ena akufanana ndi a chule olumpha popanda dzenje.

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