Tigers rope in four rejected Nomads: Menyani hand in transfer request

The four players who were released by Mighty Wanderers as surplus to requirement have been signed by Azam Tigers to beef their squad ahead of the TNM Super League second round.

The players are Diverson Chilemba, Omega Mhone, Felix Kamwendo and Diverson Mwale.

Madeira (second from left) says Tigers have welcomed the rejected  four players
Madeira (second from left) says Tigers have welcomed the rejected four players

Tigers team manager Steve Madeira confirmed the arrival of the four Nomads players to the Kau Kau  camp.

“We have agreed with Wanderers to sign these players so that we should beat the transfer dead line,” said Madeira.

He  said the club want to sign the players on permanent contract other than loan.

Madeira said the Tigers will enhance the potential of the rejected players, confidently saying they will do well at Tigers.

On another note, Madeira said Big Bullets should forget of signing their upcoming midfielder Isaac Kaliati.

Madeira said the Peoples Team asked Tigers if  they could sign the player but said he is not for sale..

“We cannot sell that midfielder. The boy is also very loyal to Azam and he made it clear to us that he doesn’t want to leave,” he said.

Madeira however confirmed the news that their striker Frazer Menyani gave them a resignation letter which they have not responded to.

“We are just hoping he changes his mind and withdraw his resignation. We had a lengthy chat with him asking him  to stay. So fingers crossed he may not leave,” said Madeira.

Menyani, who featured against Epac FC on Wednesday in the Standard Bank is reported to be heading for Big Bullets, who are on the brink of loosing Diverson Mlozi to Swaziland.

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