FISD Wizzards, who have been relegated from the top flight league barely after a season have put their players up for sale.
Technical Director Peter Mponda disclosed that they would not hinder the players from pursuing their dream career following the team’s failure to withstand the relegation battle.
Mponda said it would be naive for the team to go down to the lower league with such skilful players.
“We are calling upon any team interesting in our players to come forward and make an offer. I know most of players have the talent and potential to progress and we cannot block them,” Mponda said.
“What we want is for teams to transparent so that whatever we can get from the sale should give us a starter pack in the new life,” he added.
He described the relegation as painful having been one of the most skilful team in the league this season.
“This is very frustrating to see a team which has displayed the most entertaining football to be relegated. “
The former Bullets and national team captain who cut short his professional career in South Africa to take up a Technical Director post at Surestream, is confident that he would groom another generation of potential youngsters.
“I am sure that we will be able to come up a new crop of players just as we did with these youngsters so that we should only spent one season in the lower division,” he said.
Mponda sounded unworried with the decision he took to pay a deaf ear on the advice that he should beef up the squad from formerly Surestream Academy to enhance the chances of survival in the elite league.
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