Wanderers reverse decision to offload Chitedze

Mighty Wanderers, who have a Standard Bank Cup daunting quarter final away fixture against Moyale Barracks this weekend, have reportedly rescinded their decision midfielder Timothy ‘Marcel’ Chitedze on discipline grounds.

Chitedze was among seven other players who have been shown the exit door or moved to their youth team.

 Timothy Chitedze told he is not offloaded now....Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Timothy Chitedze told he is not offloaded now….Photo Jeromy Kadewere

He was told on Tuesday that the Nomads no longer require his services and that he was free to join any club or move to Wanderers Youth.

But the decision did not go down well with the fans forcing the club’s executive to reverse their decision.

The fans, according to inside sources, could not allow the club to release a regular and a player of Chitedze’s caliber.

It was believed that the midfielder was receiving bribes from other individuals to cause uproar among his teammates.

He is also believed to have been spearheading many bad acts by some sections of players with the intentions of frustrating the coach and new executive.

And he has been absconding training sessions with the team, a development that angered the coach hence the decision to offload him.

“The issue has now been amicably resolved with the player being advised to change or face the same fate in near future,” said the source.

Other players that have been shown the exit door are Diverson Chilemba,  Diverious Mwale, Edward Chilalika, Tawonga Chingati, Felix Kamwendo and William Abdullah.

Meanwhile, the Super League of Malawi general secretary Williams Banda has called on clubs to expedite outstanding players’ transfers ahead of closure of the transfer window on Thursday.

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