The prospects of watching former Atletico Madrid Reserves star Robin Ngalande don Mighty Mukuru Wanderers are very high as Ethiopian side St George FC has cleared him.
On Wednesday, Ngalande and Wanderers public relations and media liaison chairperson, confirmed to the local daily papers that they have signed a short deal but were awaiting international clearance documents from Ethiopia.
Kulinji.com has seen a document from Ethiopian Football Federation to Football Association of Malawi clearing him to play for any football club following the expiry of his contract with St George FC.
“We hereby certify that, in accordance with the provisions of the FIFA regulations on the status and transfer of players, the player Robin Ngalande, born 02.11.1992 formerly a member of S.G having duly fulfilled his/her obligations towards both his/her former club and our association, is therefore free to pursue sports activities and register with another association affiliated to FIFA,” reads the letter.
This means Wanderers should finalise registration processes with FAM so that he can be featured for the FDH semifinal encounter with their sworn archnemesis, Nyasa Big Bullets on Saturday at Bingu National Stadium.
Ngalande has already been training with the blue side.
The on and off Malawi national football team forward also had stints with Zira FC which plays in the Azerbaijan Premier League.
He also played in South Africa with Baroka and Bidvets Wits.