Kamwendo secures Mozambique deal from TP Mazembe: Nomads tried to keep him

Malawi national football team midfield workhorse Joseph Kamwendo has sealed a move to Mozambique top side Liga Malcumana.

Kamwendo: Off to Mozambique

Kamwendo: Off to Mozambique

Kamwendo has been released by DRC giants TP Mazembe while his boyhood club Mighty Be Forward Wanderers were anxious to sign him.

Wanderers General Secretary Mike Butao said they had been talking to Mazembe on the possibility of securing his services.

He said Kamwendo’s move to the former Portuguese colony was a surprise to Wanderers as the versatile midfielder had never indicated of leaving.

“The rumours that he has secured a deal with a Mozambique club is a bit surprising because he told us that he is going to DRC to sort out a few things with his club,” Butao said.

“We have been talking to TP Mazembe and we expected to conclude the negotiations to have him permanently.”

Kamwendo returned from DRC early this year after indicating that he was looking for club since the club had not guaranteed him of place in their star-studded team.

Apart from Wanderers Silver Strikers were also interested to secure his signature for the nimble footed player.

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7 thoughts on “Kamwendo secures Mozambique deal from TP Mazembe: Nomads tried to keep him”

  1. tony says:

    pumani man, mponda anakupezani koma wakusiyani mukusewerabe, ndalamazo muzipanga invest osamangodya kkkkkkk

  2. Evalistal says:

    gd luck Mr I’m Eva

  3. Cobenjani says:

    All de best but bulding up something for ur retirement

  4. Watopa kukhala pa bench ku TP Mazembe kathamange kwina angakuphere tsogolo ma timu enawa

  5. Peter says:

    Let him use his potential to make money now before his legs retire

  6. MYAO says:

    The reason our athletics and artists cease to be respected when they’re over the hill is simply because of how they conduct themselves when they’re just about to fade, kamwendo’s case is a classic one. Needless to say that they get paid just like everyone else in other disciplines/ fields and it’s only out of public sympathy and excitement that people go out of their way to assist them when they’re penniless. Whilst at that, sometimes these players evade their officials’ ‘toll gates’ when negotiating for better contracts-their case is similar to that of a Tobacco farmer where you’ve the agent, media, former supporters’ chairman, chairman of market supporters committee, the would be treasure you name it, all trying to get their piece of cake for a player transfer’s deal – so pathetic!!

  7. Khwakwa says:

    Yendani bhoo man!all ze best

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