A blossoming starlet: If I were Thuso Paipi

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He is the hottest player on the local scene at the moment no wonder the so called Blantyre based giants are battling it out to take him away from Silver Strikers where he is currently playing.

On loan from Wizards FC, Thuso Paipi has established himself as the versatile winger who has won the hearts of many football lovers including that of Flames caretaker coach Nsazurwimo Ramadhan.

In the on-going transfer window, Mighty Wanderers and Big Bullets have joined the race to sign the playmaker from the Central Bankers by opening discussions with Wizards owner Peter Mponda.

The two clubs are the biggest in Malawi and it’s always every player’s dream to one day, play for one of the two teams. But will it be wise for Thuso to switch sides? If I were Thuso…. I would not make such a big mistake.

Thuso Paipi

Thuso Paipi a blossoming starlet.

With the current form at Silver Strikers, Thuso has all the chances of improving his level of play because he is being given a chance to prove himself. If a coach is able to give you more game time, it’s a sign that he believes in you and switching sides at such a time could be too suicidal to his career.

If I were Thuso… I would not sacrifice my career for the two Blantyre based giants where the pressure to deliver is too much. In the past, we have seen young talent being killed by Bullets and Wanderers.

We had the likes of Anthony Banda, Sparrow Msowoya, Waile Tembeta and Patrick Gunde who were stars but they are nowhere to be seen after switching sides and now the likes of Nenani Juwaya, Dave Ng’ambi, Ibrahim Sadick, Amadu Makawa and Aimabre Niikiza are on the verge of becoming players who have been reduced to bench warmers by these two giants. At Bullets or Wanderers, there is no such a thing as ‘second chance’.

Once you fail to perform in the first game, forget about making amends and that is how so many talented players have been reduced to bit part players.

If I were Thuso… I would solely focus on my career with Silver Strikers, a club giving me every opportunity to shine. Pity, I am not Thuso Paipi. It’s not easy to shine at Bullets or Wanderers but every player dreams of playing for these two giants but if I were Thuso, I would first consider my career before making any decision.

The ball is in his hands to decide what is best for his career.

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  1. Koma siwe thuso,let him follow his mind if a player end his carruer in mw without playing for these two teams he z not a complete player.

  2. bwi……khethemu….. zunguliru…… chipewa…… njomba…… shot goalllllllllll!!!!!!! MABANKER WOYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. IF IWERE INDEED THUSO PAIPI IWUD RATHER ASK MYSELF WHEREABOUTS ENEYA BANDA, MWANA WALUSO KOMA ADASIIDWA MOMVETSA CHISON KOMASO MWACHIPONGWE, INDEED KILLING YOUNG TALENTED PLAYERS, WHERE IS SPARROW MSOWOYA? ZAMANYAZ.

  4. Akalira nyanga nsemere ngat avere zanthu nzake asilva amafuna apangire tsogolo bambo ake ndi mai ake ndi asliver kaya ngat angasie Makolo ake Ku mabanka

  5. Akalira nyanga nsemere ngat avere zanthu nzake asilva amafuna apangire tsogolo bambo ake ndi mai ake ndi asliver kaya ngat angasie Makolo ake Ku mabanka

  6. Yolilitsa ng’oma sichedwa un’ambika.he must take of his future when choosing ateam to join from silver sure ,am anomads fan but I can’t see the reason of buying this player since we have more talented players in our camp had it been that he is a goal keeper or defender I would support of having him

  7. If Silver knows how to nurture talent, tell me where is Tonny Chitsulo, Ndaziona Chatsalira, Peter Pindani, Green Harawa, Chawanangwa Kaonga. If there is a club that kills talent Silver is at the top. At least Bullets we have seen young talent maturing to great players, Peter Mponda, Fischer Khondowe, James Chilapondwa and Gaba. Wanderers at least has Albert Mpinganjira. As such when you are making assertions you must make it from an informed point of view.

  8. WHEN HE WAS PLAYING WIZ ANTHU SAMADZIWA KUTI NI MACHINE LERO SILVER YAKUNGA MACHINE AKUVEKA MADZI~MADZI NDE NTCHITO ZA YOUNG + LOVEMORE THUSO LERO GOLD, WHAT A TEAM SILVER STRIKERS !

  9. Very wise football talk, Andy Man! You are Very right. Some football fans do not even know that Richard Mbulu – the top scoring albeit violent scoring machine on the local scene was once on NB Bullets payroll but was reduced to bench warming. At Mafco, he is always on starting line up, and scoring almost every game. Pity he is now on suspension.