Striker Ishmael Thindwa hopes to make his Caps United debut in the Zimbabwe Premiership despite that FAM has not cleared him from Epac.
“I have been registered and all the paperwork is in order. I am glad that you have called me to get the truth. I hope to make my debut this weekend,” Thindwa said in a telephone interview from Harare on Tuesday.
But Football Association of Malawi (FAM) transfer matching system (TMS) manager Casper Jangale yesterday claimed that Caps are yet to enter transfer instruction in TMS.
Jangale’s position seems to agree with Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) communication manager Xolisani Gwesela, who told that country’s News Day newspaper last week that it was now impossible for Caps to register him.
The Zimbabwe season started at the weekend and Thindwa might only be registered in the next transfer window in July. Caps paid K2 million out of K5 million which Epac demanded.