Master Security raid  Karonga United: Hygiene, Khumbo and Green signed

Master Security Services FC are continuing their pursuit of experienced performers for  their intended assault on their debutant season in the flagship TNM Suoer League as they  have won the battle of signing three key upcoming stars from relegated side Karonga United.

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The development comes amid reports that the trio were also being chased by other local giants including Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, Nyasa Big Bullets and Silver Strikers .

Accoding to an agreement letter between the two sides signed by Karonga United Chairman Alufeyo Peter Chipanga and Master Security Services General Secretary Zakariya Nyaleza Nyirenda, the three players are Khumbo Msowoya, Green Msowoya and Hygiene Mwandepeka.

The letter which Nyasa Times has sourced indicates that the sale agreement is with effect from 19th January 2017.

The letter further bars the three players from entering into agreement with any other club until the expiry of their contracts.

However, the contract periods and transfer fees for the trio have been kept under wraps.

“This agreement therefore bars Khumbo Msowoya, Hygiene Mwandepeka and Green Msowoya from entering into any agreement with any football team until the expiry of their contracts with Master Security Football Club,” reads the letter in part.

Meanwhile, Master Security through their General Secretary says they will continue buying more players but they will only be revealing their identities once they finalize the whole transfer process.

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nomono
nomono
4 years ago

Oscar Kaunda has also been hired to coach Masters Security.

Pusi Wa Mimba
Pusi Wa Mimba
4 years ago

Don’t rush in recruiting players, mutenga nazo mbola.

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