Malawi’s first-choice goal minder, Swadick Sanudi, has returned to South Africa’s National First Division outfit Dynamos after a year at Big Bullets, according to the Sowetan.
Sanudi, who joined the Dynamites at the start of the 2005-06 season, has been training with the Polokwane-based club since last week and thus far there has been no commitment from the club to sign him, the paper reported.
The Malawi international left Dynamos in the 2010-11 season for African Warriors, who he believed would get promoted.
“I was yearning for Premiership action, hence my decision to join Warriors, but it didn’t happen because they failed to secure me a work permit,” Sanudi is quoted saying.
“I had to go back to Malawi to keep myself busy and enhance my chances of retaining my place in the national team.”
Dynamos boss Patrick Malabela confirmed that Sanudi was being assessed by the side’s technical staff.
“We have a number of players on trial, including Swadick, but we have not concluded any deal with them since they are still being assessed by the technical staff,” Malabela said .
“Sanudi was a loyal servant of the club for the time he was with us and he would have been an automatic signing but he has been inactive for a while. We are in need of a goalkeeper and we hope he impresses as he is familiar with the culture of the club.”