FCB Nyasa Bullets loan out 7 players
TNM Super League champions FCB Nyasa Bullets have loaned out seven of their players for the 2023 season.
A press release on the club’s website states that the decision has been made to help the players gain more playing time and acquire experience in elite football as they continue to develop their game.
The players are Mphatso Magaleta, Felix Demakude, Chikumbutso Salima, Rahaman John, Yamikani Mologeni, Chimwemwe Yasini and Emmanuel Savieli.
Magaleta, Demakude and Salima will be at Ekwendeni Hammers while Super League rookies Bangwe All Stars have agreed to sign up John, Mologeni, Yasini and Savieli for the 2023 season.
According to the release, Magaleta joined Bullets at the start of the 2022 campaign from Ntopwa FC but struggled to get more playing minutes under his belt in his debut season.
“He is now set to spend the upcoming season at Ekwendeni Hammers. Magaleta will not be alone at the Northern Region outfit as our reserve side duo of Felix Demakude and Chikumbutso Salima will finally get a taste of top-flight football with Hammers.
“In his fifth season with the Reserves, Demakude showed significant development in his play as he enjoyed consistent eye-catching performances. Voted Bullets Reserve Player-of-the-Season, Salima was quite mesmerising in all competitions last year and he is expected to continue developing his game,” the release reads.
It goes on to acknowledge achievements of the four players who will be joining All Stars, noting that they played key roles in their respective positions to help Bullets Reserve retain the Thumbs Up Southern Region Football Association League Premier Division title.
“As Salima and Demakude will be moving to join Hammers, four of their Bullets Reserve teammates will remain in Blantyre, having secured one-year loan transfers to TNM Super League rookies, Bangwe All Stars.
“John finished the 2022 season with more clean sheets than any other Bullets Reserve goalkeeper in the Southern Region Football League’s Premier Division. Defender Mologeni did not miss a single competitive game for our reserves alongside creative midfielder Yasini. Forward Saviel was the Reserves’ top goal-scorer in all competitions in the 2022 season,” the release reads.
It concludes by wishing the on-loan players a great season at their new teams.