Wizards’s trio goes to Silver for K7.5 million


Silver Strikers’ capture of three players from Wizards FC cost the club about K7.5 million, according to Super League of Malawi (Sulom) records.

Sulom general secretary, Williams Banda, confirmed on Wednesday that the transfers of Brighton Munthali, Levison Maganizo and Mark Fodya to the Bankers were one of the first to be officially sanctioned by the league’s governing body.

“I can confirm that the transfers were among the first transfers that have been completed this transfer window with our blessings.


According to our records, Silver paid K7.5 million for the players. Wizards have also loaned out two other players,” he said.

Banda added that the only other transfer that has been officially concluded is Mzuni FC’s capture of Brave Phiri and Lughano Kayira from Chawalala and Kabwafu respectively.

“As for Sulom, as far as transfers are concerned, those are the only ones that have been concluded. Everything else is off the record,” he said.


Newly-promoted Max Bullets are one of the busiest clubs on the market with about 12 transfer targets.

Max Bullets coach, Leo Mpulula, is discussing with Wizards director, Peter Mponda, over the purchase of Mike Mkwate and Damiano Kunje.

“Since Wizards are preparing for Super League play-offs, we are still discussing with the club on how we may go about the transfers,” Mpulula said.

Mpulula has already brought on board former Epac midfielder, Jidde Mbandambanda, and the coach is courting the club over the purchase of several other players.

After signing Muhammad Sulumba from Blantyre United, champions Nyasa Big Bullets are set to unveil a new signing by the end of this week.

Bullets have been in talks with Civo United over the purchase of John Lanjesi and Emmanuel Zoya, and their discussions with Dedza Young Soccer over the transfer of midfielder, Amadu Makawa, were at an advanced stage.

Be Forward Wanderers have signed Peter Wadabwa from Silver, Ernest Tambe and Rafik Namwera from Wizards.

The Nomads’ other major transfer target is Japanese forward, Genki Nakamura, who is undergoing twoweek trials at the club.

Airborne Rangers are the club rumoured to be letting go of a bulk of players during this transfer window following their relegation last season.

Most of the players would be transferred to other Malawi Defence Force teams, especially Mafco FC and Moyale Barracks.

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