Former Nyasa Big Bullets defender Miracle Gabeya has signed a two-year deal with Mighty Wanderers.
He has become the second player from Bullets to swap the red jersey for blue, having emulated striker Chiukepo Msowoya, who was offloaded at Bullets earlier on.
Gabeya, who declined contract extension at Bullets after he indicated that it was on the lower side, said he was happy to find a new lease of life at Wanderers.
“I am excited with this move. It is time to focus and work hard to impress my new club. I thank all the Bullets fans for love showed to me since 2012. They must understand my switch to Wanderers and to Nomads fans I say I will give my all,” he said.
Wanderers Board Secretary Humphreys Mvula confirmed the development, saying the team has the cream to compete for trophies.
“If our coaches fail, it will be their own problem. We have tried as an administration to give them the best. I believe we have the best squad in the country. It took our special dedication and love for the team to sign all these players, both new and old, whose contracts expired,” he said.
Another Wanderers board member Clement Stambuli hailed Gabeya’s signing.
“We expect a lot from him. He is an experienced defender and has the energy and stamina. We welcome him to the Blues family,” Stambuli said.
Wanderers also re-signed forward Muhammad Sulumba.
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