Club hunting takes Jafali Chande to Civo


Former Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers scoring machine Jafali Chande is training with Lilongwe-based TNM Super League outfit Civil Service with the aim of reviving his football career.

Chande parted ways with Wanderers two years ago under controversial circumstances and joined Mlatho Mponela last year during the second round of the TNM Super League but failed to rescue the club from relegation.

The defunct Epac FC goal poacher said joining Civo would be the only way of reclaiming the top form that saw him help Bullets to win the 2014 and 2015 league titles.


Chande said he believed that, once signed, he would rediscover his scoring boots and inspire Civo to success, just as he did at Wanderers where he helped the club win the league title after nine years.

“I am training with Civo now and I will do everything possible to convince the coaches that I am not yet finished. I believe I can sign for this club and help it win silverware,” Chande said.

Civo assistant Coach Eliya Kananji, who was with Chande at both Bullets and Wanderers, said the player needed to work hard to regain his form.


“Chande is capable of bouncing back if he is committed. He is indeed training with us here and we will see what happens next. We will help him become the Jafali Chande that used to terrorise defenders while at Bullets and Wanderers.

“However, this will depend on his seriousness. If he impresses, we will recommend him to management,” Kananji said.

Chande joined Bullets in 2014 from Epac and formed a deadly combination with Chiukepo Msowoya to score vital goals that saw Bullets winning the league title and Carlsberg Cup in that year.

At Wanderers, he scored crucial goals against Bullets in the Bus Ipite Bonanza, which Wanderers won 5-1.

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