I’m lucky my Wanderers career underway – Malata

Lucky Malata has said he  wants to fire  Mighty Be Forward Wanderers to  more titles, saying he was a lucky man  to have completed the signing  a career with the Lali Lubani Road outfit.

Malata: Happy at Wanderers

The former Silver Strikers captain and on and off Flames defender  penned a three-year deal with the Blantyre side on a free transfer following the expiration of his contract with the Central Bankers on 31 December.

“I am happy to be a player for Wanderers. Actually am lucky to be at this big club. I hope I can use my experience in helping the club fulfilling its ambitions,” said Malata.

“Wanderers  is a club that is used to winning and I’ve come here to help and win titles,” he added.

Wanderers have described Malata as a great and hardworking player who will assist the club.

“He is a good player and looking forward to work with him. His defending is perfect and he is a hard worker,” said team manager Steve Madeira.

And according to Wanderers vice chairperson, Gift Mkandawire, the team will bring in one or two players more players ahead of next season.

The Lali Lubani outfit intends to trim their squad to 25 players.

“Some might be going abroad while some will be loaned out. We had loopholes last season that is where we are filling now and we are looking forward to a great season,” said Mkandawire.

Wanderers have become the first team to make a big signing but second to make a purchase in the ongoing transfer window.

The first was newly promoted side Master Security Services who bought three players from Super League relegated side Karonga United.

The trio comprises of Hygiene Mwandepeka, Khumbo Msowoya and Green Msowoya.

The three were the backbone of Karonga United last season and showed individual brilliance despite their team being relegated.

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edward banda
edward banda
7 years ago

welcome malata

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