Midfielder Joseph Kamwendo has finally been cleared by the South African National First Division (NFD) side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) football club , giving him a chance to join any club of his choice.
TTM administrator Langton Kondo has signed a clearance which reads ” This is to certify that Joseph Kamwendo with passport number MA608814 has been cleared by Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC to play for any club of his choice,”
Kamwendo confirmed the development saying he is free to join a club of his choice and is hopeful to agree a deal with Be Forward Wanderers Football Club.
“I have the papers with me right now. Am happy I can join a team of my choice and continue my job.
“I have been training with wanderers as I was waiting for my papers. Now that the papers are here what remains is an agreement with wanderers so that I can start playing for the club,” he said.
If Joseph Kamwendo will play for Be Forward Wanderers Football Club it will be his fifth time to return to his parent club after coming back from professional football as he did the same after playing for CAPS United ( Zimbabwe), Nordsjaelland (Denmark), Orlando Pirates ( South Africa) , Club du Malcumana (Mozambique ) and TP Mazembe (DRC) .
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