Former Flames left back Moses Chavula is club hunting after his contract with Mozambican side ENH expired at the end of last season.
Chavula is in the country and his hunt for a club has been affected by football suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The former Be Forward Wanderers (then MTL Wanderers) and Silver Strikers defender said he was considering options.
“I was playing for ENH and as of now I don’t have a club. Covid-19 has also affected everything but I am confident I will get offers once football resumes,” Chavula said.
However, he could not say whether he was considering joining a local club after stints with South African and Mozambican teams.
Local football analyst George Chiusiwa said Chavula has potential to continue playing football at the top level.
“I have no doubt that Chavula can play for a season or two because of his hardworking spirit and experience. Chavula also started playing football while young so I believe he has the energy to continue playing football,” Chiusiwa said.
The 34-year-old defender-cum-left-midfielder was one of the regular players for the Flames at the peak of his career. He scored a stunning late equaliser for the Flames against Botswana in the quarterfinals of the Cosafa Cup in 2003 and Malawi won the match on post-match penalties.
Having made 56 caps for the Flames, Chavula netted five goals including the winner in a 1-0 victory over Togo.
Chavula has played for Mighty Tigers (then Admarc Tigers), Silver and Wanderers on the local scene. He played for Nathi Lions and Amazulu in South Africa between 2008 and 2012 before joining Nejmeh and ENH.