Striker Vincent Nyangulu has completed his move from Masters Security Football Club to the 2018 FISD Challenge Cup winners Be Forward Wanderers.
The 25 years old Nyangulu has received k3.5 million after signing a three years contract with the Lali Lubani team after his contract with Masters Security ended on March 31.
Be Forward Wanderers team manager Stevie Madeira confirmed the development.
“As we earlier communicated that Vincent Nyangulu signed a pre contract with Be Forward Wanderers last month as he was waiting for his contract with Masters Security Football Club to come to an end and now that it has ended, he has signed a contract with us and officially he is our player.
“Indeed we have signed more new players but we are doing this because we want to have a team full of depth that when we have injuries and suspension we should have quality to play for the team.
“It’s our target this season to reclaim the TNM Super League we won in 2017 which is with Nyasa Big Bullets right now and as cup specialists, we expect to win more cups as well this year “, said Madeira.
Vincent Nyangulu, who once played for Tigers Football Club, Kabwafu Football Club and Civil United is a third player to join Be Forward Wanderers from Masters Security Football Club following striker Adepoju Babatunde and midfielder Francis Nkonda and his coming means Wanderers has signed 6 new players in total including Rabson Richard from Hangover United, Peter Katsonga and Hanke Machira from Mighty Tigers Football Club.
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My name is Blessings Mpando from Lilongwe district born in December 1994. I am a Christian and a member of CCAP. I grew up in Lilongwe and completed my secondary education in 2010 before going on to complete my diploma in journalism at the Polytechnic Continuing Centre.