Malawi national football team striker Robin Ngalande has been frustrated by the corona virus pandemic which has delayed him to secure moving to a new club in Europe.
The 28 years old former Civo service united player is in the country after terminating his contract with Zira FC of Azerbaijan in January this year where he played for close to a year having joined the club in January 2019.
Speaking in an interview, Ngalande who once played in Spain for Atletico Madrid reserve side said he is yet to secure a deal with a new club which has been delayed by coronavirus.
“I left the club due to personal reasons and it was not only me who left the team, a lot of the players were not happy and left the club mutually.
“Since then, I have been approached by a number of coaches and agents after terminating the contract and that was way before coronavirus and they are from Europe and will announce everything once it has been finalised and am hopeful to secure a deal to play in Europe again,” he said.
Ngalande has also played for Masters Security football club in Malawi and has also played in South Africa Mamelodi Sundowns, Platinum Stars, Bidvest Wits, Ajax Cape Town and Baroka football clubs.