After one year absence, Northern Region outfit Mzuzu City Rangers is set to take part in this year’s Simama League scheduled to kick off early April.
The team finished on position four in 2014 Simama League, but disbanded the following year due to financial problems.
However, team officials told The Nation on Tuesday that they have reassembled and will take part in the 2016 season.
“We would like to inform the public that Mzuzu City Rangers will participate in this year’s Simama League.
“We have secured enough funds and all players that were loaned to other teams have been invited to come and start training with the team,” said Mzuzu City Rangers general secretary Rifa Phiri.
The team is funded by team officials who are mostly vendors at Mzuzu Market.
After disbanding, some players joined Super League teams while other were loaned to OP United, Mchengautuwa, Ekwendeni Hammers, Lunyangwa Research a