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Silver Strikers signs Kajoke from Bullets

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In a statement made available to Nthanda Times, the Lilongwe-based football powerhouse they have also signed Emmanuel Kaunga, China Chirwa, and Gift Chunga.

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Silver Strikers’ Secretary Peter Masiye did not give further details on the new signings.

“Silver Strikers Football club would like to inform its fans, stakeholders, and the general public that the club has signed the following players; Hassan Kajoke, Emmanuel Kaunga, China Chirwa, and Gift Chunga,” reads a statement from the club.

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Kajoke becomes Silver’s first signing in the transfer window as it is in the process of strengthening the team following a season to forget the team had in 2022.

Hassan Kajoke
Now a Bankers player – Kajoke

Silver recently announced that it has parted ways with some players whose contracts expired, and is in discussion with other players whose contracts will expire soon.

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Meanwhile, the Central Bankers have lost the services of their forward Chawanangwa Kaonga who has clinched a lucrative deal with Zambian side Zanaco Football Club. 

Kajoke who finished the 2020/21 TNM Super League Golden Boot winner with 15 goals, was offered a contract extension at the Bullets but he refused, arguing that what was offered was too little compared to what was offered to him at Silver Strikers.

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In a related development, Nyasa Big Bullets is on the verge of losing the services of their midfielder Chimwemwe Idana.

Nthanda Times has established that Idana is demanding a huge signing-on fee which the people’s team is not convinced to pay.


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