Civo Service United Club calls for trials

By Andrew Khabwira

Lilongwe, Mana: As one way of unearthing local talent from youthful prayers Civil Service Football Club has organized a four days of trials from 13 to 20 October, to recruit new football players.

In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Monday, Coach Joel Kachulu said that the main aim of conducting the trials is to promote young footballers to beef up his squad

“The main aim of this trials is to recruit successful football players to beef up the squad and our focus is to win Airtel top 8,” Kachulu said.

He added that he hoped the trial will produce good players who will be selected to join the Lilongwe based super league outfit.

“So far we are expecting good performance from the selected players who will hit the final stage as they join other players who are preparing for Airtel top 8” he added.

One of the trial candidate Tumeyo Kachingwe

The coach also urged players to desist themselves from unhealthy behavior in indulging themselves but rather he advised prayers to focus on nurturing their talents.

In a separate interview, Tumeyo Kachingwe 20, from Lumbadzi, who is participating for trials said he dream of becoming a superstar footballer.

“Actually I was motivated by Gabadinho Mhango and Christian Ronaldo, my dream is to be a footballer and through this Club I believe my skills and tactics will improve,” Kachingwe said.

He urged his fellow youthful players to avoid smoking and drinking alcohol saying such habits have the potential to ruin their football career.