By: Chikondi Magalasi
Former Blue Eagles Striker, Schumacher Kuwali, on Sunday afternoon scored for his new Mozambican Club, Clube Ferroviário de Nampula.
Kuwali’s strike was enough for his side to make a one all draw with Front rail Club in a pre-season friendly match played in the City of Nacara.
He joined the Portuguese speaking nation side alongside with his fellow team mate, John CJ Banda.
Banda who went for trials in January in South Africa at Jomo Cosmos football club on invitation of the Club’s owner Jomo Sono , is reported to have successfully passed the trials but the club failed to sign him due to that it had already filled its foreign qouta.
According to information made available to The Malawi Star, Banda’s transfer was put on hold, hoping that the South African team will sign him next transfer window to be opened in July.
In another related development, Epac football club striker Lanken Mwale, has signed a two year deal with another Portuguese speaking nation side, Chibuto football Club.
In an interview with The Malawi Star, the former Chikwawa United football club forward, confirmed the development.
“Yes I have signed a two year deal with Chibuto and I am expected to be receiving about Mk250, 000.00 a month,” said Mwale.
It seems there are good pastures in Mozambique as in the past two years most Malawian players are flocking in the neighbouring country.
Other players that have found their and made it there are the likes of Chimango Kaira, Dziko Mkanda and Joseph Kamwendo among others.