2 Wanderers players destined for Japan

FINGERS CROSSED—Linje is hoping to sign a new deal

TNM Super League leaders, Be Forward Wanderers, coaching panel is expected to recommend two players to play in Japan on a loan deal.

The two could join Wanderers playmaker, Jabulani Linje, who is on loan at YSCC Yokohama.

Wanderers Chairperson, Gift Mkandawire, said they expect the two to undergo trials in Japan next month having signed a new deal with YSCC early this year.


The agreement gives the Nomads a chance to send two or three players to Europe or Japan.

“This is part of our agreement which states that every season our players will be going to Japan and other countries. We are waiting for our technical team to identify two players who can under-go trials under this agreement,” he said.

The development, comes when on and off Malawi national football team midfielder, Jabulani Linje, is keeping fingers crossed if his loan deal would be extended at YSCC Yokohoma.


Linje’s contract is due to expire in December.

The former Civil Sporting Club playmaker signed a two year deal with YSCC Yokohama in December 2017 but he was unveiled in March last year.

Mkandawire said Linje’s contract extension negotiations were underway as midfielder-cum-striker hopes for to stay in Japan.

“I have been talking to him to find out what is going on in Japan and he told me that he would love to stay. So we are discussing with his club and once we are done we will have a picture whether Linje will stay or return,” he said.

However efforts to talk to Linje proved futile as he was not picking his mobile phone.

Apart from Linje, Nomads midfielder Joseph Kamwendo and former striker Peter Wadabwa also went to Japan under the same sponsorship agreeme

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