Malawi striker Wadabwa joins Golden Arrows in South Africa

South African-based Malawi National Football Team’s on and off striker, Peter Wadabwa, signed for South Africa Premier Soccer League side Golden Arrows on Wednesday at an undisclosed fee, according to the player.

The Flames striker has been with Thanda Royal Zulu based at Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal since 2009 when he was signed from Malawi’s ESCOM then known as Super ESCOM.

“Long at last, PSL here I come. It has been a long wait in the National First Division. Thank you lord,” Wadabwa posted on his Facebook Timeline.

Wadabwa will now feature in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) after getting stuck in the National First Division League for four seasons.

The Malawian forward has been the main striker at Thanda having arrived immediately after the club’s relegation from the PSL in 2009.

Wadabwa, who has featured for Flames as a striker as well as right winger since 2005, first trekked to South Africa in 2006 when he was signed by Jomo Cosmos from Silver Strikers where he launched his soccer career.

The Flames forward has 15 international goals to his credit and was also part of the Malawi cream that was selected for the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations games in Angola.

Wadabwa: Signs for Golden Arrows
Wadabwa: Signs for Golden Arrows

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