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Peter Wadabwa, Harry Nyirenda fate on Thursday

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By Mphatso Malidadi:

ON HIS WAY OUT?—Wadabwa

The future of Be Forward Wanderers experienced players, Peter Wadabwa and Harry Nyirenda, is hanging by a thread as they are deemed surplus to requirements.

The duo’s contract will not be renewed as Wanderers look set to reduce their wage bill for the season.

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Wadabwa and Nyirenda will likely join forwards Julius Kajembe and Khumbo Ng’ambi, who have been transfer-listed.

Wanderers’ executive committee and the coaching panel will meet on Thursday to finalise the list for the squad for this season.

Nomads’ Vice General Secretary, Chulu Mkangama, said chances of Wadabwa and Nyirenda’s contracts being renewed are slim.

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“It is very unlikely that the two will be retained in our squad. As you know, we have taken a move to balance our expenditure. However, the final decision will be made on Thursday evening when the executive committee meets the technical committee,” Mkangama said.

He also revealed that Wanderers had transfer-listed Kajembe and Ng’ambi to help them earn game-time elsewhere.

“We do not want to block them. The two need game-time to realise their goals and we cannot offer them such opportunities at Wanderers,” Mkangama said.

The 2018 Fisd Challenge Cup champions are also without veteran striker Esau Kanyenda, who is reportedly pursuing an international coaching course, whereas Joseph Kamwendo moved to South Africa National First Division side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila.

The Nomads also sold their slippery midfielder Yamikani Chester to Czech Republic side MFK who have loaned him out to North Carolina of the United States.

The Lali Lubani Road outfit has signed Masters Security duo of Francis Mkonda and Babatunde Adepoju ahead of the new season.

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