Mighty Be Forward Wanderers player, Genki Nakamura is not yet seen in any TNM Super league matches as every team is trying the new featured players in their squad.
Nakamura was signed with Wanderers a bit long than Amos Bello, the Nigerian player who has already played many games for the team.
This does invite many questions to the fans of Wanderers, at the same time to fellow citizens of Malawi. Going around streets, one usually hears different news concerning this Japanese player.
However, the internal information shows that, Wanderers are just waiting a police clearance report from Japan to clear Nakamura with Malawi immigration Department for a work permit.
Immigration spokesperson Joseph Chauwa confessed that is more like getting water out of stone, to give the player the work permit without the police clearance report from Japan.
“We need to know any criminal record of an individual before giving a work permit. Its order of the day,” he said.
Wanderers’ club manager Steve Madeira promised that they expect to get the report this week.
“We expect the report this week and then get his work permit. He should be available for selection during this weekend fixture. The coach is ready to give him a threshold in the TNM Super League,” he said.