Epac FC have released three players on free transfer as they rebuild ahead of the 2013/14 season.
Strikers Alex Nkhwazi, Potipher Ganizani and former Mighty Wanderers midfielder Wister Phiri have since been offloaded.
Coach Abbas Makawa confirmed the news, describing it as a normal exercise.
“After every season, we reflect on the team’s achievements and failures. We also asses individual contributions from each player. We analyse which departments of the team were weak and need beefing up. That’s what we are doing,” he said.
Meanwhile, Epac have roped in former Kabwafu player Daniel Mughogho and Ibrahim Sadik from Bvumbwe United.
“The two players were here concluding their deals and everything has been sorted out. They are now Epac players and we are glad to have them. We plan to have them in time for the Presidential Cup. Both players are great wingers. Mughogho is a left-winger whereas Sadik can play on both wings,” said Makawa.
He then announced that players wishing to join the team should report at Lilongwe Community Centre Ground where they will be allowed to train with the team and prove themselves.
Meanwhile, Nkhwazi has joined Kamuzu Barracks.
“I am happy that I have moved on. I will now concentrate on rebuilding my career at Kamuzu Barracks. I will work hard to impress,” he said.
Nkhwazi, who was instrumental in Epac’s promotion bid from the Central Region Chipiku League, was rarely used in Epac’s campaign last season.