Mighty Be Forward Wanderers head coach Elia Kananji has said his team will have to adjust after losing two key strikers , Cameroonian Lionel Asu and Jimmy Zakazaka.
Asu left the country for Cameroon this week after contractual dispute.
“He terminated his contract because Wanderers failed to pay his dues as agreed,” said the player’s manager Kingsley Mzukuzuku Jere,
Wanderers team manager Steve Madeira to have escorted the player to Chileka Airport as he jetted out of the country on Thursday.
While Zakazaka is heading to Botswana to try his luck an undisclosed top league side.
Kananji said Zakazaka has played a big role in providing assists in many of Wanderers’ goals despite the player failing to find the back of the net.
“We can say at the moment we have lost two strikers [Lionel Asu and Zakazaka] but the only guy we are worried of is Zakazaka. He has been good in everything and assisted the team to collect valuable points through assisting fellow strikers to score goals,” said Kananji.
Meanwhile, the Nomads are working on signing their former striker Victor Nyirenda who has returned home from Vietnam, according to Kananji.