Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have unveiled midfielder maestro Jaffali Chande signed from Nyasa Big Bullets after he was cleared by Football Association of Malawi that he was a free agent following his contract with the champions came to an end in February.
The unveiling ceremony took place on Thursday at their Lali Lubani Road base in Chichiri and he was welcomed by team manager Steve Madeira.
“Wanderers is proud to unveil Jaffalie Chande. He is fantastic player, no question about that.£” said Madeira.
Chande, also formerly of Epac FC, will wear the No.26 for the Nomads and could make his debut against his former club Bullets at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday or against Cobbe Barracks on Tuesday.
“I’ve envisaged myself playing in this team before. For it to finally happen is very exciting,” Chande told Nyasa Times.
“I believe the style of play the technical panel got and the boys play and with the magnificent players at Wanderers, I can run on to the end of those balls and slot them away.
“Wanderers have done well in recent years and last year they got the Carlsberg Cup and I feel like it’s time where we could really push on and try and challenge for the TNM Super League title. This is something that I really want to add to. ”
Although the majority of Bullets supporters wanted Chande, his relationship with some Bullets officials escalated his departure.
Chande scored more goals with so many assist in his appearances for Bullets.
“I am now a happy Nomad,” he said.