His side came in Malawi’s top tier League with their unique style of play but failure to win games forced them out of the league.
Fisd Wizards’ technical director Peter Mponda says his team’s failure to cement a place in the top flight will see him accepting offers from clubs interested in his players’s services.
Speaking in the aftermath of his team’s 3-1 thumping to Mighty Wanderers, the former Flames, Black Leopards and Big Bullets captain said his some of his players will be allowed to leave if good offers are tabled.
“We would have loved to keep the players but some of them have already been in the Flames squad and for them to maintain this success, they need to play in the Super League and not in the lower division.”
“As such, we will be accepting good offers from clubs interested in their services. They are good and they will certainly deliver,” said Mponda.
The team’s captain Levison Maganizo and Enerst Tambe are highly linked with a move to Big Bullets as well as Mighty Wanderers in January.
Wizards only registered three victories in 26 games hence exiting the league with 21 points despite having two games to play.
Mponda’s boys were a marvel to watch in the lower league due to their tick-tacka style of play but failed to replicate their form in the top flight.