Flames and Kamuzu Barracks (KB) midfielder Chikoti Chirwa has failed to complete a transfer to Amazulu FC after the South African club snubbed him until the transfer window closed on Friday midnight.
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) transfer matching system (TMS) manager Casper Jangale said they waited until midnight for the South African club to file the player’s transfer documents into the system.
“KB completed their side into the system here in Malawi. What was remaining was for the part so that we can issue the international transfer certificate. South African club to do their
“Unfortunately, Amazulu did not respond. We tried to call them several times, but they did not pick up until the transfer window closed at midnight,” he said.
The development comes after KB general secretary Steve Kakuka said they were suspicious of the deal since Amazulu never officially wrote Kamuzu Barracks MDF on the player’s success after trials.
Meanwhile, Mozambique’s Costa Do Sol striker Chawanangwa Kaonga striker has also failed to join South Africa National First Division outfit TS Sporting.
“Costa Do Sol were demanding 27 million rand from the South African club as per Kaonga’s exit clause in his contract,” Jangale said.
The development means only Dennis Chembezi and Khuda Muyaba have completed transfers to Premier Soccer League outfit Polokwane City FC. Flames midfielder Francisco Madinga, who has been signed by Georgia outfit FC Dila Gori, will complete his move in March, according to the club’s agent Avi Zion