Released Civil Sporting Club striker, Muhammad Sulumba, has failed his trials at Vietnam side, Nam Dinh FC.
Speaking from Vietnam Monday after completing two weeks trial, Sulumba said the club has opted to sign a player from Brazil.
“All went well on the pitch unfortunately the coach decided to sign my colleague from Brazil. I had a meeting with my manager on Sunday where he told me this. I will depart any day and will see the next move when I get home [Malawi],” said the former Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers striker who scored two goals during his trials.
Sulumba went to Vietnam as a free agent following the expiry of his contract with Civil at the end of last season.
In a related development, Blue Eagles Chairperson, Alexander Ngwala has disclosed that the club has released Flames stand-in captain, John CJ Banda to extend his stay at UD Songo of Mozambique on a year-long deal.
“All issues we had with UD Songo were sorted so we allowed them to sign CJ Banda again on a one year deal. As I am talking CJ has left for Mozambique,” Ngwala said yesterday.
Eagles also sold striker, Schumacher Kuwali, to the same club early this year.