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Yamikani Chester on the move


By Fraiser Zakeyu

International midfielder, Yamikani Chester might leave Azam Tigers when the summer transfer window opens, we can reveal.

Chester, who fired Azam Tigers to 6th place in 2015 TNM Super League,earned his first cap for the Malawi National Football Team in a 2-2 away draw against Swaziland in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nation qualifiers after impressing the Technical pane led by Enerst Ntawali.

The midfielder has also left a mark in the just ended season by claiming three Player of the Month accolades and several man of match awards.

There are prospects that the supreme talented midfielder, whose contract expires at the end of the 2016 season, might move to Nyasa Big Bullets, Silver Strikers or Mighty Beforward Wanderers, but Azam Tigers Technical Director Reuben Alufandika says the club wants to keep the midfielder.

“But he might leave the club if the right procedure is followed,” he told Afriem Sports.

Chester said: “It is true I may leave the club, but can’t leave like that because I have a contract with Azam, as such, the right procedure has to be followed.”

He added” Hosts of clubs have approached me, but none of them has made a formal contact with my paymasters to discuss the way forward.”

The want away midfielder, however, refused to disclose the name of the teams that are chasing his services saying the list is extensive.

“Currently I cannot mention the name of the teams that are tracking my signature because they are several of them” he said.

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