Micium Mhone open to local offers
The Flames’ on-and -off midfielder, Micium Mhone, has said he would be ready to listen to offers from any local club.
Mhone said this following the termination of his contract with South African First Division side, Jomo Cosmos.
Mhone, a police officer, terminated his contract after refusing to be loaned out to an unnamed Swaziland club.
The former Blue Eagles’ versatile attacker on Monday said he wants to re-launch his career having not played competitive football since last September.
“I do not force things. I am coming to Malawi because I want to be on the field of play all the time,” Mhone said in an interview from South Africa,
“I am free to join any team once I have completed the process of terminating the contract with Cosmos. I am hoping to be in Malawi before the end of the month because by then, I would have signed the contract termination form.”
Mhone also said rejoining his former club would be a possibility.
“I do not know if I will play for Eagles but I can join them if they want me,” he said.
Before joining Cosmos, Mhone was given a two-year non-paid leave.
Eagles’ General Manager, Gabriel Chirwa, said the return of Mhone would boost the team’s morale next season.
“He is our son and we are ready to welcome him. We want to help him re-launch his career so that he can clinch another deal abroad. He is a great player who can motivate his teammates,” Chirwa said.
Recently, Mhone indicated that he had offers from other South African teams.
He joined Cosmos in 2015 after impressing during trials.
Meanwhile, Eagles are discussing with Mozambican club, Ferroviario de Nampula over the extension of striker Schumacher Kuwali and midfielder John Banda’s contracts.
The Mozambican club wants Kuwali and Banda for another season.
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