Sambani attracts South African interest 

Malawi  highly-rated left-back Precious Sambani has attracted the interest of South Africa First Division side TS Sporting which is based in the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa.

Precious Sambani  attacts onterest from South African club

The team is interested to sign Sambani, who recently joined Nyasa Big Bullets from their arch rivals Be Forward Wanderers.

TS Sporting Chairman Slungu Thobela told Nyasa Times that they want to bring Sambani into their fold and strengthen the team for next season.

Thobela said that they want to fight for promotion next season and they need as many great players as they can to achieve that feat.

“Yes its true we are looking at bringing in Sambani from Malawi,” he said.

“ I know he is  a good player and experienced as well. That will help us next season as we want to fight for promotion to the Premier League. We will make sure that by the time the league starts next season we have him in the team,” Thobela added.

Sambani recently attracted interest from top Ukranian side FC Rukh Lviv.

TS Sporting has another Malawian in their books in attacking midfielder Chawanangwa Kaonga who has been doing well since he started playing for the team.

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2 years ago

Yeah anyway, we need our players exposed outside this Country but i think Sambani is more talented to play for a small team like TS Sporting..

I am of the view that he deserves to play in the PSL and that’s South African main league. Sambani could play for Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs and of course Sundowns. This is my opinion. Lets not rush for contracts.

2 years ago
Reply to  Mbanji

Komano mwini wakeyo angazimve izi….???

Stanley Mlenga
Stanley Mlenga
2 years ago
Reply to  Mbanji

I agree with you man. Precious deserves to play for a bigger side. He is very talented and committed.

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