Sambani boycott Wanderers training, demand contract offer

Be Forward Wanderers rising left back Precious Sambani is boycotting training with the TNM Super League holders as one way of forcing the team to offer him a contract.

Precious Sambani: Boycott

The 20-year-old star who signed a one-year loan deal with the Lali Lubani  Road outfit in January 2017 together with Francisco Madinga from Namiwawa Stars which plays in the Blantyre District FMB-20 league stopped attending Wanderers training from Tuesday and he is likely to miss this week’s league matches in which the Nomads are expected to face Kamuzu Barracks and Blue Eagles in the central region
respectively.

A visit by Nyasa Times at Wanderers training at Moneymen Ground on Wednesday morning discovered that the overlapping left footer started boycotting training from Tuesday after getting disppointed with Wanderers Executive members who are not showing any interest of giving him a contract .

Wanderers is also yet to settle the full signing on fee amount of about K500 000 to his former team (Namiwawa Stars).

According the loan agreement, Sambani is remaining with four months at Wanderers before his loan term expire and  become a free agent.

Imformation circulating in the country indicate that Central region  giants Silver Strikers and Nyasa Big Bullets are chasing Sambani’s signature.

Sambani proved to be Malawi’s promising left back pillar in 2016 and 2017 during COSAFA U-20  junior tournaments played in Zambia and South Africa.

He recently surprised many football fans with his skillful fresh legs at the just ended 2018 COSAFA  competition in South Africa when he scored Malawi’s only goal in his debut match with Malawi senior team against Botswana after making a serious overlap from the back.

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Bamako
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Bamako

olo atachoka tilibe naye ntchito

pipo
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People are sleeping on their jobs. First those who foresee the issues of club licencing are misleading us. How can they let clubs have half baked contracts with players. Second the clubs themselves, do not show your self as though you have cash money to run modern day football. Modern day football requires clubs to have strong financial standing otherwise forget running football these days. Do not employ rule of the jungle in running the welfare of players. Mind you it is their way of earning a living. Their are not your money making machines

Ndayizivei Chiremba
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Ndayizivei Chiremba

Mpatseni mwanayo ndalama zake before it is too late.

dinky
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dinky

mpatseni zake mwanayo kodi mukufuna mumuluze mwana wabwino ngati ameneyi

Chinthu
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Chinthu

Just wondering why the issue about contracts is refusing to die in most of the clubs in Malawi. Almost every year players are complaining that their contractual agreements are not being fulfilled by the clubs. But who is to blame between the Players agents or the club themselves?? Our clubs are still being by individuals who seem not to learn from the Proffessional leagues.

LEGO
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What is wrong with the Wanderers management now?That’s why it’s not good to employ people who do not how football is to run the administrative duties.You better resolve these issues before it’s too late.

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