Chiukepo Msowoya linked with PSL giants


Nyasa Big Bullets might struggle to hold on to their prized asset, Chiukepo Msowoya as he has, once again, been linked with a switch to a South African Absa Premier Soccer League (PSL) top side.

With the January transfer window open, South Africa top football agent, Martin Sekati sneaked into the country over the weekend to assess Msowoya and other domestic league stars.

“Definitely, Chiukepo is one of them. Last year, I was given an opportunity that he can get back to South Africa in January, and this is January,” Sekati said about the striker who had unsuccessful trials at Bidvest Wits last August.


“When I go back, I might take him to Mpumalanga Black Aces. They are looking for someone who can hit the net like Collins Mbesuma. They do not have back-up in the event that Mbesuma gets injured.”

Sekati has since visited Blantyre and Lilongwe, where reports suggest that he is closing in on quality midfielders such as Victor Limbani of Silver Strikers.

“Actually, Aces are looking for a striker, one attacking midfielder, a central midfielder and a defender,” Sekati said.


Aces technical director, Jacob Sakala, confirmed recently that the team is eyeing a bid defender, striker and midfielder.

Sakala also inquired about Mozambique-based Zicco Mkanda, who has hinted on exiting Liga Desportivo.

Aces, who are third on the PSL log table, are employers of Malawians assistant coach Patrick Mabedi and Flames captain Limbikani Mzava.

Msowoya, who had a disappointing spell at Orlando Pirates and Platinum Stars a few years ago, netted 14 league goals to finish as Super League top scorer alongside Red Lions’ Innocent Bokosi.

Msowoya’s goals helped Bullets win the TNM Super League championship. Bullets’ vice-general secretary, Kelvin Moyo, did not respond when contacted.

Bullets technical adviser, Billy Tewesa, who once acted as Msowoya’s manager, yesterday said he was unaware of Sekati’s visit.

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