Civil Service United have left the door open for prodigal son, Blessings Kameza, to return after his move to Kamuzu Barracks (KB) flopped.
Kameza was on the verge of joining KB after resigning from Civo but the military outfit decided against registering him for the 2020 season.
The development frustrated the goalkeeper who has been without a club since resigning from Civo.
Civo Team Manager Gabriel Chirwa said the club had registered only 25 players, hence there was still more space for free agents to join.
“The door is not closed for Kameza. He was one of our key players and his attitude was good. But it will be up to the head coach to welcome him back into the team,” Chirwa said.
KB decided against signing him as they have Bondage Lweya and former under-20 national football team goalkeeper Hastings Katoma Banda who is now a soldier after completing military training recently.
Kameza said he was desperate to return to the club he enjoyed playing for in the past three years.
“I want to go back to Civil, the club I love most. I am just waiting for the sports suspension to be lifted. I am ready to fight for my position in the team,” he added.
If indeed coach Franco Ndawa welcomes him back into his team, Kameza will compete for places with former Malawi national football team goalkeeper Charles Swini and Tione Tembo.
Kameza’s talent came into the limelight when he was playing for disbanded Blantyre-based side Envirom FC.
He was later signed by Silver Strikers before crossing over to Civil.