Nomads goalie Chipuwa in Mozambique for new lease of life

Mighty Be-Forward Wanderers goalkeeper Richard Chipuwa left for Mozambique on Thursday where he is expected to join one of the top sides,  James Pondamale  who facilitated his trip and  Chipuwa himself have confirmed to Nyasa Times.

ChipuwaCrosses the border -Photo by Jeromy Kadewere/Nyasa Times

ChipuwaCrosses the border -Photo by Jeromy Kadewere/Nyasa Times

The goalkeeper who is enjoying a fine form and his consistent displays told Nyasa Times before he left that he is ready to face new challenges.

“I am so delighted with the trip because it has been my dream to play outside the country,” said Chipuwa.

Chipuwa, who  is out of contract at Lali-Lubani road, said he still love Wanderers and that the fans should not get worried.

“Wanderers will still remain in my blood,” Chipuwa said.

Chipuwa will be the second Nomada goalkeeper to ply his trade in Mozambique after Simplex Nthara.

Another Malawian goalkeeper Charles Swini is in Mozambique to seek for greener pastures.

Apart from Chipuwa and Swini there are other four Malawian players formley of  Silver Strikers who are in Mozambique.

The players include pint-sized Chawanangwa Kaonga, Blessings Tembo, Lameck Kachimanga and Frank Banda.

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15 thoughts on “Nomads goalie Chipuwa in Mozambique for new lease of life”

  1. Gameover says:

    Zabwino zonse guys wishing you all good koma becareful kuli a Lenamo kumeneko kkkkkk

  2. Duneck Nyaude Ck says:

    wina amva mmimba

  3. josephy says:

    Nkhani yabwino zabwino zonse

  4. Western bouy says:

    salary ya player ku moshiko kochi wa panyasaland sayambako! Kapangen dimba la ana anu

  5. chidempete says:

    Mbuzi za ma player,zoona munthU wanZeru zake aziti ndimasewera ku Mozambique mbole zanu ndithu.Chiphuwa pita ndi malegeni akowo

  6. Yoswa Joshua Banda says:

    There are many Malawians in Mozambique, I know Hary Dumisani Chikhosi, Oliver kwon as Doctor from Chilomoni BT as well as Francisco. Others like Akimu Kuda and many others are in Mozambique. Chiukepo must go back and pull up his boots.

  7. shoes says:

    Good move. I am a Nyerere fan all the best

  8. vuyisile ntombayithethi says:

    outside the country????? mozambique????? my fooooooooooooooot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. godobaman says:

    neba ndiye chaka chino tikuchindadi

  10. it was my dream to play out side the country. mozambique?? slver strikers nde mpaka 4 playes,zovuta kwabasi.

  11. johni says:

    Mnyamata wa ma legings

  12. all the best in mz chipuwa.

  13. Chipapwiche says:

    Things not adding up! Joining a Top Mozambican Club! It has no name? There wont be trials? What about those seeking greener pasture? Seriously,this is unprofessional of our footballers. Let teams approach you, go pass the trials,sign a contract which you understand very well. If its about making a living, you have made no mistake. If you have ambitions to be a great footballer, then am afraid. Thought a leaf could be borrowed from Dangalira Mlelemba,Zicco Mkanda, Moses Chavula, Simplex Nthala, Emmanuel Chipatala, Chiukepo Msowoya, Charles Kalaile, Gift Makoloni, Lawrence Majawa, Cedrick Nakhumwa, Vincent Chinthenga,Elvis Kafoteka, Steve Bakali, just to mention but a few of those whose career couldnt/cant be advanced. All the best guys in Mozambique….. If you fail to secure one, return home and contribute to the development of local football. I vividly recall the days when Malawi was rich in talent which proudly died at home.

  14. True patriot says:

    God be with you till we meet again.

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