Lughano Kayira to play for Wanderers

Mzuzu Warriors captain and centre back, Lughano Kayira, will be playing for Be Forward Wanderers beginning this season.

Lughano Kayira: Lali Lubani Road bound

Kayira who joined Mzuni FC, now Mzuzu Warriors, in 2015 has always been a defence pillar and a leader of the team through thick and thin year in, year out.

Kayira confirmed his move to the Lali Lubani Road to Nyasa Times on Thursday, saying it is something that he has been waiting for, as a player.

“It’s true I will be playing for Wanderers. I am more than ready to play for the team and all Wanderers fans should expect that I will work hard to serve them.

“It has always been my desire to reach the highest level as a soccer player; this means playing even beyond Malawi boarders,” explained Kayira.

Kayira is expected to replace Dennis Chembezi who is now in South Africa playing for Polokwane City.

The sweeper says he enjoyed his stay at Mzuni FC until the time the university pulled out sponsorship. He got the man of the match award for so many times at Mzuzu Stadium while playing for Mzuni FC, now Mzuzu Warriors.

Kayira gets his inspiration from France National Team centre back, Samuel Umtiti, who plays for Barcelona FC in Spain.

Other clubs that have been chasing for the skipper’s signature are Blue Eagles in Lilongwe and the newly promoted Ekwendeni Hammers based in Mzuzu.

When all has been said and done, Lughano Kayira is finally a nomad with his clever footwork and sweeping skills in the backline.

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Francisco Madinga
Francisco Madinga
4 years ago

tampokelelani ba Lughano ku Lali Lubani

4 years ago

you are most welcome

mwana mlomwe
mwana mlomwe
4 years ago

ur most welcome coz we really need ur services

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