Silver signs Ghananian player: ‘We want to win all Malawi trophies’

Malawi capital city giants Silver Strikers have completed the signing of Ghanaian players Samuel Siaw.

Bankers: Very ambitous in this campaign
Bankers: Very ambitous in this campaign

The last West African to have played in the Super League was Ghanaian goalkeeper Thom Aido who starred for Mighty Wanderers in the 1990s.

Silver general secretary Mike Tembo confirmed completing Siaw’s transfer deal from D ‘International of Ghana at $3 500 (about K1.5 million).

Tembo said Bankers are also supposed to settle K2 million transfer fee for former Wanderers player Timothy Chitedze.

He said the rest of the signings were on free transfer.

According to Tembo, the Bankers have “ a humble duty” of bringing back the flagship league to Lilongwe and also win all cups.

“ We also want to become the first club [in recent years] to sweep all cups, including the Standard Bank Knock-Out Trophy which we hold,” Tembo said.

The transfer window closed over the weekend.

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Reuben Siaw
Reuben Siaw
7 years ago

I thank God for the life of my brother, he will surprise malawi people bcos i no him very much. God bless him.

iibrahim
7 years ago

chaka chama footballphonia gone. silv er will definately sweep all the cups this season.

zilibwinondiambuye@yahoo.com
7 years ago

guyz chogulira akunja ndi chani bwanji osangowasula a Malawi omwewa

chikopa
chikopa
7 years ago

More fire banker

Chiyendausiku
7 years ago

Mukunama a silver tiona league ikayamba

richard mwafongo
7 years ago

where are u?

Chosambava
Chosambava
7 years ago

Some shallow thinking. Clubs have no obligation to recruit locally…..FA premiership bwanji?

c kalemba
c kalemba
7 years ago

Anzanu tikukonza inu muchadwa. MABANKER ndi diluuuuu kaya wina afune kaya asafune

Charles
Charles
7 years ago

Mabankers ndi dhilu .Mankers 4ever

harraizal
harraizal
7 years ago

That is the mistake we are making instead of promoting own Malawi stuff we are buzy thinking foreingers will…fuk up guys even inuyo amene timaona ngati oganizaaaa???????? ndazisiya

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