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Tuesday Jul 19, 2016. 14:29
Latest information surrounding the future of Black Leopards defender Harry Nyirenda; is that he is back in Malawi looking for a new club.
The Malawi24 website has it that the Flames international is back in his country of berth, hunting for a new football home after refusing to sign with the South African National First Division side.
It was previously reported that Nyirenda had turned down Lidoda Duvha's contract extension saying he wants to get a new challenge away from the NFD outfit.
Moreover, he has been quoted saying he wants a new club to keep fit, but if possible, he will sign on a permanent deal.
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“I came home to train and get my fitness, with this I want to have an intense self-training so that I have my stamina,” Nyirenda said.
“I am open to any team, if any team wants me they will find me."
Leopards were relegated following the 2012/13 Premier Soccer League season and have been in the NFD since, and this could be the reason why Nyirenda wants out.
Nyirenda has been a vital cog for the Thohoyandou-based side despite their failure to regain promotion back to the elite Absa Premiership.
Meanwhile, the 25-year-old previously played for MTL Wanderers currently Mighty Be Forward Wanderers from 2007 to 2010 - before joining Leopards in the same year.