Mozambican club chase Esau Kanyenda
Forgotten Malawi national football team, the Flames striker, Esau Kanyenda, who has struggled this season at Polokwane City in South Africa, has been linked with a move to an unnamed Tete-based club in Mozambique.
The former Russia’s Rostov attacker confirmed that Mozambican football legend, Manuel ‘Tico-Tico’ Bucuane, called him to establish if he could be interested to play in Mozambique.
HCB de Songo and Chingale de Tete are some Mocambola League clubs based in Tete Province.
“Tico-Tico called me. I think he is connected to the owner of the club. They are offering me better perks than what I get here in South Africa, but I haven’t decided yet,” Kanyenda said.
Kanyenda has struggled to hit top form in South Africa, and he is yet to open his scoring account for Polokwane after playing two games.
The former Dwangwa United striker is hoping for more game-time under new coach Julio Leal after being reduced to a bench-warmer under former mentor Kosta Papic.
“My contract with Polokwane ends in June next year. At the moment, everything is ok. We have a new coach and I am working hard to impress him,” he said.
Polokwane appointed Leal last week to replace Papic, who resigned following the team’s dismal start to the season.
Polokwane are just two points above the relegation on position 13 with nine points from 10 games
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