Nomads fails to pay K2m for Epac skipper: Chipuwa dismiss BB link

Mighty Wanderers dream to sign Epac FC captain Tsanzo Dalio have been shuttered following the team’s failure to break the bank and pay K2 million price tag.

Epac FC asked the Nomads to pay the said amount or send the player back to his former team.

Epac FC general secretary Roy Abramo Mdechi told Nyasa Times that they have refused to clear Dalio because the Nomads failed to pay K2 million.

“We asked them to pay the amount before clearing him, but they said they can only pay in three months. Wanderers have been playing tricks before when it comes to honouring payments,” said Mdechi.

Chipuwa: I am a Nomad.-Photo by Jeromy Kadewere/Nyasa Times
Chipuwa: I am a Nomad.-Photo by Jeromy Kadewere/Nyasa Times

He said they have asked the player to return to his base in Lilongwe.

Meanwhile, Mdechi said they have secured the services of Big Bullets goalkeeper Owen Chaima on loan.

On another note, Mighty Wanderers custodian Richard Chipuwa has refused rumours which have been speculating on social media networks that he had dumped the club for Big Bullets.

Chipuwa said the rumours are baseless and insisted he  is still a Nomad.

“I heard some people were speculating that l tendered my resignation at Wanderers for Bullets. That is not true and let me assure all the Nomads fans that l am a Nomad and l love the team,” said Chipuwa.

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