Thindwa snubs Bullets, KB: Not leaving EPAC FC

EPAC FC red hot striker Ishmael Thindwa has dismissed rumours linking him with a move away from the Lilongwe based outfit and has since committed his future to the club.

Thindwa who took the TNM Super League by storm during the 2011-2012 season when he scored 18 goals in his debut and eventually finished as top goal scorer had been linked with a move to Kamuzu Barracks and Big Bullets.

But in an exclusive interview, the EPAC big man, who finished second on scorers chart in the just ended TNM Super League season to former Bvumbwe Research striker Vincent Chinthenga now in Mozambique, said his future was with the Dean Josiah Banda sponsored side.

“At the moment I am very happy at EPAC and enjoying life playing alongside my team mates who have been supporting me all along. I don’t have any intentions of leaving EPAC and I would like to stay here for some more seasons,” said Thindwa, the former Kalera Stars striker.

Thindwa: Going nowhere

Thindwa: Going nowhere

In a separate interview EPAC FC General Secretary, Roy Abramo Mdechi, confirmed that Thindwa was going nowhere as his desire is to remain at EPAC beyond next season.

“He is one of the good players, every team would want to have a striker like him but we are glad that he will be with us for a few more seasons.

“We know that a lot of teams have expressed interest to have his services but he is not for sale at any price” added Mdechi.

Last year, Thindwa, who has had a stint with the national team, also attracted huge interests from Blue Eagles and Silver Strikers but the price tag of K10 million place by his club scared the two potential bidders.

The towering forward also had unsuccessful trials with South African’s ABSA Premiership side Mamelodi Sundowns and Mozambique’s National League side Clube de Desportos do Maxaquene, typically known simply as Maxaquene FC.

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