Tigresses are slowly becoming impatient with Loreen Ngwira’s protracted transfer to English side, Northumbria.
Ngwira was conspicuously absent when Malawi national netball team returned from the Commonwealth Games in Australia on Tuesday.
Tigresses Coach, Peace Chawinga-Kaluwa, said they were in the dark on Ngwira’s whereabouts.
“Maybe Netball Association of Malawi (Nam) officials are better placed to know where they have left the player. As a club, we are entitled to know her whereabouts,” she said.
Despite Northumbria announcing on their twitter handle in January that Ngwira had signed for them on a season-long deal, the Queens’ all-rounder is yet to complete the move because the two sides are yet to agree terms.
Nam General Secretary, Carol Bapu, could not be reached for a comment on Ngwira’s move to Northumbria, who are Netball Superleague franchise of Northumbria University and compete in the United Kingdom’s (UK) top-tier league.
Ngwira has followed the footsteps of compatriots, Mwawi Kumwenda, who plays for Melbourne Vixens in Australia and Joyce Mvula of Manchester Thunder in the UK.
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