Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Japanese export Genk Nakamula says he is slowly adapting to Malawi’s hot weather.
Nakamula who described Malawi weather as “hectic” said the first time he arrived in Malawi, he used to have unnecessary fever which is not the case at the moment.
“I used to have fever but things are improving. I am yet to fully getused to Malawian weather,” Nakamula told Nyasa Tmes in an exclusive interview after the weekend friendlies against Mafco and Red Lions.
Commenting on the progress of his trials at Nomads, the Japanese attacker said everything is going on well and is hoping for a great season once he is signed.
He also advised fellow players, technical panel and team officials to focus on building the team.
“We are building a team and that should be our main focus so that we win every coming game whether friendly or league games” said Nakamula.
Commenting on Nakamula’s perfomance, Technical Director Jack Chamangwana said the player’s perfomance is improving.
“Oh! Well he is adapting and I think he is doing well because we are able to differentiate the way he played in previous friendlies comparing to the game against Mafco and Red Lions,” said Chamangwana.