Former Athletico Madrid Reserve and Flames star Robin Ngalande is expected to return to South Africa’s Absa Premier Soccer League (PSL) action this season after impressing Barroka FC’s Technical Panel during trials.
Reports published by Kick Off magazine on Friday confirmed that the player who was a free agent has signed a three year contract.
Ngalande arrived in South Africa from Spain in 2012 where he joined Bidvest Wits University.
But he failed to make an impact forcing the club to loan him out to Ajax and then Platinum FC before he was released.
He returned back home in Malawi where he signed a six month contract with top flight league debutants Master Security Services.
He was handed captaincy and impressed scoring vital goals in the process.
His contract at the club expired June end and went back to South Africa to try his luck at Maritzburg United where he was shunned
forcing him to switch to Baroka FC.
Baroka was promoted into the PSL in 2015-2016 season from National First Division side.