Kaliati making progress in South Africa

Malawi  international and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers midfielder Isaac Kaliati says his trials at Cape Town City Football are going on well and hope to clinch a deal with the South African Premier league club.

Isaac Kaliati : Hopeful

Kaliati told Nyasa Times that his performance is improving each passing day and hope to maintain the feat until the last day of the trials.

“I can assure you that I find each day challenging because of the way these guys train. Sometimes I train with the main team while in other days I train with the reserve side. Am hopeful to clinch a deal at the end of the trials if I keep on improving each day,” said Kaliati.

On possibilities that he could be roped in before the next transfer window, Kaliati said that’s none of his business as his concentration is on impressing the club to clinch a deal.

“It’s not my business to talk about when am will they sign me. That’s up to the egent and the club. Whether they need me now or after the season, that’s up to the club and my agent. All I know is that I will return home on 21st March and rejoin my beloved Wanderers while waiting for the outcome,” Kaliati said.

Commenting on Kaliati’s possibilities of clinching a deal with Cape Town City F.C, one of his close friends and team mate Stanley Sanudi said he is hopeful that his friend will remain in South Africa.

“I have known ‘ Tcheya’ (referring to Isaac ) since our childhood days and we have played together since way back. He knows this is his time and am sure he cannot afford to miss this great opportunity. He will remain in South Africa. And am next,” joked Sanudi

Since joining Wanderers a few years ago from Azam Tigers, Kaliati has cemented his position at the club and the Flames and is among a contingent of stars who helped wanders claim three trophies last season.

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namandwa pa chikopa
namandwa pa chikopa
7 years ago

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