Phillip Madinga sold a dummy

Yet to receive K2 million from Wanderers


Former Be Forward Wanderers midfielder Francisco Madinga has voiced his frustration as the Nomads are yet to pay him about K2 million.

The amount covers his signing-on fee balance and 10 percent cut following his transfer to Georgian side Dila Gori.

Before Madinga left for Georgia he had extended his contract with Wanderers and he pocketed K3 million out of the agreed K4 million.


Madinga, speaking through WhatsApp voice notes yesterday, said he was in an awkward situation because he was unable to support his family back home.

“Things are not ok as I am failing to help my family. I left home while my mother was sick and I told Wanderers officials that the money should be given to her but up to now nothing has been done,” Madinga.

The Flames under-20 midfielder, who has been earning senior side call ups, said Wanderers were claiming that Gori had not yet paid the transfer fee hence the delay to pay him his cut.


“It is a tricky situation because every time I remind them [Wanderers] about my 10 percent share from the transfer fee, I am told my new club is yet to make payment,” Madinga said.

Wanderers Chairperson, Simon Sikwese, did not respond to calls.

Nomads General Secretary, Victor Maunde, was reluctant to comment on the matter.

However, immediate-past Wanderers chairperson, Gift Mkandawire, acknowledged that the club owes Madinga K1 million having paid him K3 million when he extended his contract with the Nomads.

“It is true. The new executive is aware of the obligation and I am sure they are working on it. On the 10 percent cut, I don’t have much information,” he said.

Reports indicate that the Nomads sold Madinga at a K10 million.

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