Malawian women soccer stars in South Africa for trials send SOS call

Malawian women’s football team stars Pilirani Malola and Sungeni Msiska have sounded an SOS call after being dumped while undergoing trails at South Africa’s Sasol Women’s Fooball side Clouses club.

According to impeccable sources, Malola and Msiska are in need of financial assistance and have since called their club Blantyre Zero to bail them out.

“They have called us to give us transport to return home,” the source said.

Msiska (R0) and Malora: SOS
Msiska (R0) and Malora: SOS

The facilitator of the deals, Prince Jere, said  Msiska and Malola were set to  progress to Clouses FC’s sister team in Germany if they impress in South Africa.

“We first dealt with Clouses FC of Germany who said they wanted an attacking midfielder. However they said they could monitor them better in a well-established league in South Africa. One they impress they will be on their way to Europe”

A Blantyre Zero official also said Jere did not seek authority from the team to arrange trails for the two national team players.



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