Nomads’ Kaliati wants his dues


Be Forward Wanderers and Flames attacking midfielder, Isaac Kaliati, is yet to be registered by the Nomads this season as he is demanding a five percent transfer fee share.

The former Azam Tigers midfielder, alongside veteran striker Jimmy Zakazaka, was omitted from the Nomads squad that beat Silver Strikers 2-1 during a TNM Super League match last Sunday.

Kaliati joined Wanderers from Tigers at a reported K5million transfer fee, and is entitled to an estimated K400, 000.


Wanderers General Secretary, Mike Butao, on Tuesday confirmed that the player was demanding his cut as he is into his second season at the Lali Lubani Road outfit.

Butao also explained that the Flames attacker was dropped from the trip to Lilongwe since he was not psychologically ready.

“He is supposed to get the transfer cut from his former club, Tigers, and we even referred the player and his manager to Super League of Malawi (Sulom),” Butao explained.


“We have told him to resolve his issue with Tigers or Sulom and then he can start playing because we need a player who is in the right frame of mind.”

Tigers Chairperson, Sydney Chikoti, yesterday said his club should not be responsible for former players.

“He is not our player and we cannot be responsible for him. The agreement should be with him and his club,” Chikoti said in a brief response.

Sulom General Secretary, Williams Banda, urged both clubs to follow transfer rules and regulations. Usually, a buying team pays a player.

Wanderers and Tigers agreed that the transfer balance will be settled through TNM Super League games gate revenue.

But details show that Wanderers have not finalised the balance.

Meanwhile, Butao claimed that Zakazaka was waiting for his clearance from Botswana Defence Force XI, where he spent five months last season.

However, reports suggest that Zakazaka is a l so demanding an improved deal before committing his future to Wanderers

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