While Nyasa Big Bullets are still guessing on the whereabouts of their captain, Golden Arrows have confirmed hosting Chiukepo Msowoya for trials in Durban, South Africa.
Arrows Coach Clinton Larsen confirmed to Kick-Off soccer magazine that he was assessing the former Orlando Pirates’ striker.
“He started training with us and we are assessing him,” Larsen, who while coaching Bloemfontein Celtic last year invited Msowoya for trials, told the magazine’s online edition.
The coach added that he invited Msowoya, who also had a loan spell at Platinum Stars, after releasing Colombian hitman Maurico Barrios.
“Yes, we have parted ways with Mauricio. I think it is obvious that things didn’t really work out. He struggled to adapt to our league and you know these things happen. As a club, we made a decision to part ways with him and we just wish him well,” Larsen added.
Msowoya, who scored 17 league goals in the 2016 season, is into the last month of his contract with Bullets hence he can, from February, join any other team as a free agent.
The Malawi Player of the Year 2008 has, in his career, also played for Karonga United, Escom United, Costa do Sol in Mozambique and APR in Rwanda.
In view of the open transfer window, several Malawian players are looking for openings outside the country.
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