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Jafali Chande seeks legal opinion

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Be Forward Wanderers new signing, Jafali Chande, says he is seeking legal opinion before deciding his next move after Football Association of Malawi’s (Fam) Disciplinary Committee ruled in his favour the contractual dispute he had with his former team, Nyasa Big Bullets.

Chande was barred from training and playing for any team after Bullets produced a contract which contradicted the one the player submitted to Fam indicating that he was a free agent.

“I can’t say much now because I want to concentrate on my football. Otherwise, I am consulting some law experts to help me with a better interpretation of the ruling as well as whether I should further pursue the issue,” said Chande who was an unused substitute when Wanderers drew one-all with Bullets in a TNM Super League match at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.

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Wanderers General Secretary, Mike Butao, said they were ready to offer Chande legal support.

“This mob mentality has to be stamped out in football. The boy has been denied a chance to train and play football for one and half months by the same team that was not able to give him a longer contract because they did not have the funds to do so,” Butao said.

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