On and off TNM super league midfilder cum striker Jafali Chande says he regrets dumping two of the country’s football powerhouses Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers and that he has hope to play for these clubs again in future once given the chance.
Chande who joined Bullets in 2014 from EPAC united where he only played for 2 seasons before joining their arc rivals Wanderers which brought controversies between the two camps. He became a household name among Wanderers supporters in 2017 when he helped the club win the bus ipite bonanza after defeating Bullets in a match Chande scored goals in the two tie leg.
The midfielder then dumped Nomads in 2018 when he joined central region football association (CRFA) side Mitundu FC before making a return to elite football during the second round of the 2019 super league with Mlatho Mponela which was relegated.
Speaking through his manager, Richard Chande who is also his brother, the player admitted making a big mistake by leaving the Lali Lubani side which devastated his football career but has hope to return to BB or Nomads one day.
“Jafali admitted making a big mistake in 2018 when he left Be Forward Wanderers and life has not been easy for the player on the football side but he is working hard to regain his top form and he has hope that he will play for either Bullets or Wanderers again in the future,” Richard Chande said.