Nyasa Big Bullets have completed the signing of Zimbabwean left-winger Silver Chawe, put three players on loan—including the much touted Andy Kamlete—and released four others.
Bullets interim General Secretary, Albert Chigoga, confirmed on Friday that Kamlete will be loaned out alongside out-of-favour winger McFarlen Mgwira and midfielder Cuthbert Sinetre.
Bullets brought Kamlete from Northern Ireland in June with so much pomp, describing him as a bomb but he will be hauled out before he even kicks the ball.
“They will be loaned out for the remainder of the season. We have left it open [on the potential suitors], but we understand that Blantyre United are interested in Mgwira and Sinetre,” Chigoga said.
Bullets have also released for good other players who were loaned out namely Niyikiza Aimable, Jeresi Lufeyo (Premier Bet Wizards, Dave Ng’ambi and Amadu Makawa (Masters Security).
“At Wizards, we still have Ian Chinyama and Anzeru Joseph on loan. As for Silver, we have signed him on a one-year contract for us to monitor how he will perform. The contract has an option for an extension,” Chigoga said about the free agent whose last team was Tsholotsho FC of Zimbabwe.
Bullets are also still assessing Jimmy Zakazaka who quit Be Forward Wanderers recently.
Bullets, who have a squad of 28 players, hope to beef up in the mid-season transfer window.
Despite reaching the Carlsberg Cup final and finishing the TNM Super League first-round on third place, Bullets have not been at their fluent attacking best.
Blantyre United Technical Director, Lawson Nakoma, yesterday confirmed that he was talking to Bullets over the possibility of getting on loan some players.
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