Khuda in South Africa  for trials at Polokwane City

Silver Strikers forward Khuda Muyaba  left the country on Sunday for South Africa to undergo trials with that country’s top-flight league side Polokwane City.

Khuda Muyaba

The facilitator of the deal, former Be Forward Wanderers striker, Esau Kayenda confirmed the news to  Nyasa Times.

He said Muyaba will be on trials with the club for a week.

Kanyenda said the South African team was looking for a striker  and that he recommended Muyaba’s name because he is one of the best strikers  in Malawi at the moment having also won the golden boot award.

In a brief interview before departure, Muyaba told Nyasa Times he is ready for the trials.

“This could be a stepping stone for bigger things in my career, so yes, I am excited and looking forward to impress,” he said.

Muyaba will join Be Forward Wanderers defender,Dennis Chembezi who also left for Polokwane after passing trials.

Other two Malawian players who played for Polokwane include Muhammad Sulumba and Esau Kanyenda.

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4 years ago

Koma konzani khalidwe akulu

4 years ago
Reply to  Kangoma

Sometimes is better to mind your own business

4 years ago
Reply to  Shoes

Nothing wrong Kangoma has said.Discipline is the most important thing in football if you want to progress with your carrier.

4 years ago
Reply to  Lego

Players need a lot of guidance and support from sports followers and the management. Some of them they come from a poor background and it affects them a lot. Let’s learn to be supportive and loving. Love conquers all the problems.

uyunu uyu
4 years ago
Reply to  Kangoma

Kuda muyaba chonde mukapewe zoboola pakamwa ndi zilizonse, be mindfull of the descipline. Zowawata wawata mukachepetse be like Chiukepo, Kamwendo Kanyenda and Gaba

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