MALAWI FOOTBALL: Flames defender James Sangala has said he will decide on the future of his playing career after Malawi’s crucial 2014 World Cup Qualifier away to Nigeria next month.
Sangala said this amidst speculations about his future following the termination of his contract at Angolan Club Benfica de Luanda about two months ago.
Several local clubs, including Silver Strikers, expressed their interest in the former Mighty Wanderers captain. Sangala has, however, said he was not ready to join any local club.
“It is true that a number of clubs including Silver approached me. However, this time I am not in a position to join them. I cannot play for a local club because I have huge demands,” he said.
Sangala added that he had some other offers from abroad on the table but he would make the final decision next month.
“I will decide the future after the national team match against Nigeria next month. There are a couple of decisions that have to be made,” he said.
He, however, could not reveal the names of the clubs that are interested in his signature. Sangala, who was in Angola at the weekend for personal business, has been training with Bullets FC to stay fit.
“I am also glad that I am in the team to face Rwanda. When I arrive home I will go straight into camp. That will help me a lot,” he said.
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