Mzuzu University, Silver Strikers and Dwangwa United are leaving no stone unturned as they prepare for the 2016 TNM Super League season.
Mzuzu-based student side regrouped on Tuesday with open trials held at Mzuni FC ground.
Mzuni chairperson Albert Harawa said they have quick-started the preparations so as to achieve their goal of finishing the 2016 Super League season in the top five after finishing last season on position 12.
“We feel starting preparations as early as possible can assist us to achieve that,” he said.
Lilongwe giants Silver have also commenced rebuilding exercise of the team with open trials following a silverware drought in 2015 season which saw them finish on fifth position in the Super League.
“It really was a bad season for us and we don’t want a repeat and that is the reason we are recruiting early to have a strong squad before the season kicks off in April,” said the club’s general secretary Chimwemwe Nkhwimba.
“Lovemore Fazili is conducting the trials. Any player with potential who wants to try his luck is welcome,” said Nkhwimba.
Newly promoted Dwangwa United are also beefing up their squad ahead of the new season.
“We have players from as far as Karonga and also other players from Airborne and Mafco here at Chitowe trying their lack. We want to form a team that can produce results in the coming season,” said Dwangwa United team manager Dave Mwandira. n