Wanderers sign Ghana striker Tetteh and Nigerian defender Sheriff on free transfer

Mighty Wanderers FC has signed Ghanaian  striker Mike Tetteh and Nigerian defender Yunsa Sheriff  for a one-year deal on free transfer  after they were released  by Silver Strikers.

Tetteh now a Nomad

Wanderers  general secretary Victor Maunde confirmed the club has taken the players to Lali Lubani Road.

“We have a clear intention to strengthen our squad and the two are good players,” Maunde said.

The two West African players has increased Wanderers foreign players to four. The blues have Nigerian striker Babatunde Adepoju and Ghanaian defender Eric Atsiga in their squad.

Two seasons ago Wanderers also had a Nigerian forward Amos Belo.

One of the famous foreign players to have signed for Wanderers was Ghanaian goalkeeper  Thom Aido.

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Lego
7 months ago

I remember this player Thom Aidoo.He was tipped to become a Malawian National goalkeeper by then but due to jealous especially from Bullets executive he could note make it.Otherwise he was a goalkeeper to watch.

wampira
wampira
7 months ago
Reply to  Lego

you are very stupid, you dont know malawi football Thom Aidoo was not the best goalkeeper in malawi, how can a short guy like him be the best malawi had very good goalkeepers by then, mbuzi ya munthu iwe

Baghdad
Baghdad
7 months ago
Reply to  wampira

Mbuli ndinu akulu…. Audio anali madalamadala during that time.
Anthu akaika made it hard for him and wanderers mpaka he was deported!
Muzifunsa kaye baba!

Concerned Bonafide Malawian
Concerned Bonafide Malawian
7 months ago
Reply to  wampira

Thom Aido wasn’t short; by any standards his height was ideal for goalkeeping.
He was a marvel to watch indeed

Uladi
Uladi
7 months ago

Nthawi imeneyo Wanderers inkasokosa ndi Tom Aido, they guy was good.

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