Silver, Wanderers say no Bullets advance over players

Silver Strikers and Be Forward Wanderers have put their foot their down that Bullets will not succeed in their pursuit to recruit  players from both teams.

Silver Stikers chairman Mafuta Mwale and Nomads Chair George Chamangwana: Will not accept Bullets poaching....Photo Jeromy Kadewere.
Silver Stikers chairman Mafuta Mwale and Nomads Chair George Chamangwana: Will not accept Bullets poaching….Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Bullets disclosed that they wanted to recruit Silver’s Lucky Malata, Chawangwa Kawonga, Wanderers goalkeeper Richard Chipuwa and defender Francis Mulimbika and striker Gastin Simkonda from Moyale Barracks.

Silver Strikers Chairman McDonald Mafuta Mwale said that captain Lucky Malata and youngster Chawanangwa Kawonga would not leave the Reserve Bank side for a local team.

Mwale said the 2013 TNM Super Champions would do everything possible not to lose their players to a competition such as Bullets.

“What we are saying is that there’s no way Silver can let the captain to and Chawanangwa to go. What Bullets are doing is to offer the players a bargaining power because if they will be offered K500,000 we will give them K1 million signing on fee,” Mafuta Mwale said.

He also disclosed that so far Chawangwa has got two offers on the table from South Africa’s top league side Maritzburg and undisclosed Mozambican club.

In a related development Wanderers General Secretary Mike Butao has also warned Bullets that the teams’ advances on the Nomads players were recipe for disaster.

Butao said Bullets could not just get players who are contracted to other clubs.

“Bullets should not think that because they are joining CAF all clubs would be willing to release the players. This is unfair and it can cause chaos among fans of both camps,” Butao said.

Meanwhile Bullets Chairperson Kondie has since said the team would not intrude the Nomads and Silver’s territory in search of players.

Msungama admitted that the team’s public announcement that it would like to engage the said players was unfortunate.

“We will no longer attempt to sign the players because we have realised that it could cause problems particularly with our rivals Be Forward Wanderers,” Msungama said.

The development comes barely with hours before the transfer of players deadline slated for December 31.

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Roy
Roy
5 years ago

Kondi ukalimbikira mwano wofuna Chawanangwa and Malaw from Silver BB will loose more players. This time around a Silver tapangana kugula your best players. We have the money and we can easily entice your best players. Playing mu CAF sinkhani ayi!

MAGONJA
MAGONJA
5 years ago

Big up Butao

austin mwiska
austin mwiska
5 years ago

How can you need players whilst u don’t have liquidity. Stupid!

Mndala
Mndala
5 years ago

Sanje sipindula
Ma team olephela inu,bwanji manyazio

odala ku bangwe nthandizi
odala ku bangwe nthandizi
5 years ago

Don’t worry mapare olephera ndimmene amachitira lets be forcussed.chaona mzako chapita mawa chiripaiwo

bobo
bobo
5 years ago

Go to zomba united to search the players.

kamcb
5 years ago

look forward, don’t loose hope,fight for new players,leave those players look for fresh legs.

kamcb
5 years ago

leave all these players they are not all that good in exception simukonda and mlimbika and you can also go for lanjesi,kalisto and those who are not tired (from small clubs)

God's knowledge
God's knowledge
5 years ago

Useless wandelers and silver strikers, ndimkani muli choncho without action planning…. You remain the same because of poor thinking capacity.

Gwamba
Gwamba
5 years ago

Asiliver and noma jelasi imeneyo ,,, ndiponso ma Gs awiri inu machende ofotawo simugonela 2015 mmodzi mwainu kwawo tiika masamba ndipo moto tiotha panja mbolo ya mbuzi

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