Former Blue Eagles prolific midfielder, Schumacker Kuwali has returned to his mother club following the expiry of his loan spell at Mozambican club, UD Songo.
On Thursday, the midfielder led Blue Eagles team as captain when they played Karonga Select as part of the Malawi Police Service awareness against mob justice.
Eagles chairperson, Alexander Ngwala has confirmed the move saying Kuwali will play for his workplace club.
"Schumacher Kuwali will play for Blue Eagles, his loan contract has expired at UD Songo,we are 70 percentage sure that the attacker will play for us while the other 30 that anything can happen,if our counterparts are still willing in having his services. He is a good player for Blue Eagles who coordinates and rule the game,I believe he will bring some changes to the squad," Ngwala said.
Kuwalo trekked to Mozambique where he has been playing alongside his workmate, John CJ Banda.
The on and off Malawi national football team player also confirmed the news saying he is ready to serve his mother club next season.
"Those teams which defeated Eagles last season should watch out because Schumacher is back,we want to return to our dominance in winning cups and our position in the Superleague and even winning it.It was sad that the team nearly got relegated in the TNM," he said.
While in Mozambique, Kuwali played for Ferroviario De Nampula and UD Songo.
Blue Eagles nearly got relegated from the TNM Super League last season.