BB’s Fischer trains with Wanderers: ‘I want to be a Nomad’

Big Bullets veteran midfielder Fischer ‘Jahman’ Kondowe trained with Mighty Wanderers on Tuesday ahead of the Intosports   pre-season Giants Peace Cup second leg match slated for Saturday at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.

Kondowe threatened to join Wanderers after he was left out of the squad which played against the Nomads on Sunday in the IntoSports cup first leg which ended 1-1.

His threats were underlined after he trained with the Lali Lubani Boys on Tuesday at BAT Ground while preparing for return match in Lilongwe on March 2.

Kondowe confirmed the news with Nyasa Times.

“Yeah man, it is true that l trained with Wanderers. How can my team sent me back from training? If all goes well l will join the Nomads. It will be fantastic to be a Nomad,” said Kondowe.

Fischer Kondowe : I want to be a Nomad

Fischer Kondowe : I want to be a Nomad

Bullets supporters’ committee chairperson Isaac Jomo Osman confirmed that Kondowe is intending to leave for Wanderers.

But Osman blamed the player for confiscating his club jersey number 10.

“If he wants to leave he should do so peacefully. Why is he clinging on to the club jersey number 10 just because the coach did not select him for Into ports game against Wanderers?”

The development comes a week after announcing that he would longer be available to captain the team for the forthcoming season.

Wanderers general secretary David Kanyenda said they have received Fischer warmly .

“It is true that Kondowe trained with us today. We have left everything in the hands of our technical panel to assess him,” said Kanyenda.

Fischer is not a stranger to controversies during his career.

He has had poor relation with former national football team coach Kinnah Phiri for leaving him out of the team.

Fischer is one of the longest serving players at the club and has never played for any other local club apart from the People’s Team.

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