Be Forward Wanderers football club has announced the coming in of Vitumbiko Kumwenda who has signed a three years contract to end speculations of his next move after resigning at Blue Eagles.
The former Kabwafu football club midfielder announced his resignation at Blue Eagles after the club closed doors against the nomads who came seeking for his services. The Blantyre based side was shot with K500,000 on the K3.5 million which the police headquarters side wanted for them to release Kumwenda.
Wanderers general secretary Victor Maunde has confirmed the coming in of the talented midfielder who has already put pen to paper and will bring stability and competition to the team.
“I can confirm that Victor Kumwenda has finally made a decision to join Wanderers and he is the player we wanted as he is talented and we feel he will bring stability and competition to the team,” Maunde said.
Speaking after signing the contract, Kumwenda who has played for Blue Eagles for more than four years said he is happy to join the club and will work hard to deliver at the Lali Lubani where he expects to win trophies.
“I am delighted to join one of the best clubs in the country and intend to achieve big things while at Lali Lubani. I am really looking forward to helping the club as I will work hard to repay the faith Wanderers has shown by signing me to play here,” he said.
Kumwenda also said the move to Wanderers will help him accomplish his wish of playing professional football, as the club is best known for exporting players.
“It is also the wish of any player to play for a big team and have an opportunity to play abroad. Be Forward Wanderers is one of the best when it comes to sending players abroad and it’s my wish that one day I will find myself playing outside like Yamikani Chester and Francisco Madinga.”