Mighty Be-Forward Wanderers goalkeeper Richard Chipuwa left for Mozambique on Thursday where he is expected to join one of the top sides, James Pondamale who facilitated his trip and Chipuwa himself have confirmed to Nyasa Times.
The goalkeeper who is enjoying a fine form and his consistent displays told Nyasa Times before he left that he is ready to face new challenges.
“I am so delighted with the trip because it has been my dream to play outside the country,” said Chipuwa.
Chipuwa, who is out of contract at Lali-Lubani road, said he still love Wanderers and that the fans should not get worried.
“Wanderers will still remain in my blood,” Chipuwa said.
Chipuwa will be the second Nomada goalkeeper to ply his trade in Mozambique after Simplex Nthara.
Another Malawian goalkeeper Charles Swini is in Mozambique to seek for greener pastures.
Apart from Chipuwa and Swini there are other four Malawian players formley of Silver Strikers who are in Mozambique.
The players include pint-sized Chawanangwa Kaonga, Blessings Tembo, Lameck Kachimanga and Frank Banda.