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Free agent Robin Ngalande weighing options

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Malawi national football team striker Robin Ngalande is weighing up options after parting ways with Azerbaijan Premier League side Zira FC in January this year.

The former Bidvest Wits attacker said he had three options but he was waiting for his manager Paul Mitchel to secure a right deal.

“I am still here in Dedza waiting for my manager [Paul Mitchel] to advise me what to do. I have offers from South Africa, North Africa and some clubs from Cyprus. I can’t say that I will play here [Malawi] because discussions are underway with those clubs,” he said.

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Ngalande was earning senior side call up while playing for Zira.

Flames Team Manager Clement Kafwafwa urged the former Atletico Madrid academy player to join a local club to regain fitness if football return in the country.

“He is a professional in this game and a national team player. In the meantime let him join a local club as he waits for international offers,” he said.

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Ngalande came into the limelight through Malawi under-17 national football team at the Africa Youth Championship in Algeria in 2010.

Then, South African giants, Mamelodi Sundowns signed him before he was spotted by Atletico Madrid.

He spent two seasons at Madrid before returning to South Africa to join Wits. At Wits, he struggled for game time and was loaned to several clubs including Platinum Stars and Ajax Cape Town. He also had a stint with Baroka FC before moving to Azerbaijan.

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