Japanese player Nakamura presented to Wanderers fans

Hundreds of Mighty Be Forward Wanderers supporters converged at Kamuzu Stadium on Tuesday morning to welcome Japenese new catch Genki Nakamura, who trained with the rest of the squad for the first time since he jetted in the country last week.

Wanderer players at work with Nakamura far right...Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Wanderer players at work with Nakamura far right…Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Nakamura showing his skills...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Nakamura showing his skills…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Wanderers fans came in large numbers to welcome Nakamura...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Wanderers fans came in large numbers to welcome Nakamura…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Wanderers players during Tuesday's training...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Wanderers players during Tuesday’s training…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Beaming with confidence, Nakamura told Nyasa Times before training that he was “very happy”  with the warm welcome by the Nomads fans and promised for more good things to come.

“I am happy with the way l have been welcomed. Malawi is really the warm heart of Africa and l must admit that Wanderers fans, players and the technical panel have warmly welcomed me, and l feel at home,” he said.

“ Thank you for the great welcome.  Be Forward with Wanderers, Zikomo!”

During training, Nakamura received a loud applause from the Nomads fans with his one touch passes and skills when juggling with the ball.

Wanderer’s coach Jack Chamangwana described Nakamura as a “exceptional footballer”basing on his passes and skill.

Our Senior Photo-Journalist Jeromy Kadewere visited Wanderers training grounds where he captured Nakamura.

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22 thoughts on “Japanese player Nakamura presented to Wanderers fans”

  1. ezekiel says:

    amakona mzungu

  2. Lionnel Asu Nyamilandu says:

    Tikamanena kuti anthu alibe zochita mmakwalalamu makamaka ku Nyerere camp ndikunama????Look at these people filling the VIP and covered stand at Kamuzu Stadium on a mere training day…..koma manoma??????difficult to understand ndithu….mulibe zina zochita?????

  3. UNGWERU says:

    Wonderers prayers open your eyes. Tell your sponsors to give you honor as they are honoring their own man Nakamura.You are not second class. If their own man is given a good house, they should give you also.If he is being paid in Dollars, You should be paid in Dollars.Noma officials why did you accept such a colonial idea? Nowander we are failing to develop this country because we take ourselves as second class people. If they are giving the K106,000,000.00 let Nakamura be in the same budget. You can not allow somebody from Japan to be given millions of dollars while his team mates are just getting K20,000. Wake up Noma club.

  4. Mpakasa says:

    Mmmmm tizingosapota osatukwana

  5. Boni wa Banda says:

    Bas kuzolowera moyo oipa. Chotukwanra ndi chan.mukuona ngat maloza ndkuyamba uku. Go Ngwira Kamwendo Chipuwa kamenyen boziii NOMA MOREFIRE.

  6. griffin sinyala says:

    Mm guys! Mpaka kutukwana mpira womwewu???????

  7. malawian says:

    its Total madness people gathered just to see him, A Malawi mwatani kodi? Dzovetsa Chisoni

  8. khima says:

    Koma mwati ndithu gulu lonseli kudzadza ku covered likudzaonela training? ambuye atichitile chifundo nde tidziti dziko lingasunthe….uwu ndi ulesi, mammawa ngati amanewo anthu ndi ndi ndi mmalo mogwila zintchito?????? ena mmenemo ali kubawo mpaka madzulo!!!

  9. WANYERERE says:

    a bullets nakamura sanabwere ku bullets wabwera ku noma zoti satha mpira is none 0f your business makape inu

  10. amfana says:

    nakamura tithamangisana season ino palibe zoti ndatopa ndituluseni akochi wakananji malo motchula kuti kananji.

  11. Ronnex Makuluni wa ku Balaka says:

    Abale kutukwana zomwezi???
    Pali chifukwa chotukwanira apa????
    Shaaaaaaaa!!!! Shame on us malawians let us wait and his perfomance on the ground not zotukwanazi!!!

  12. nyawunyawu yapa Dwasco says:

    nakamura yemweyo kutiwawa munyela chakachino tikwanisa ndalamazomweakufuna sitingamutaye ndi player wabwino 4 million ikwanisa sponsaship yathu

  13. stella banda says:

    kkkkkkkkkkkkkk paja Wanders ndi ma left over

  14. Player scout(villager) says:

    Indeed, if Nakamura was of high calibre or international standard he wouldnt have opted for a team in Malawi. Can we compare Japan clubs/league to Malawi’s? If he were a good footballer he would have been somewhere in Europe NOT in Malawi for green pasture. He is a spent force, bolanso ma player athu akumenya pa Joziwa.

  15. mwanache says:

    ndiye chani

  16. Yuppie Nquirha says:

    Tose tiziwonerlimoz

  17. ELINA MAONJERA says:

    TIMU YA MAPULOFESHONI IYI!!!!

  18. Nyasatimes, Nakamura does not have news for Malawians let alone Be Forward Wanderers. I do not think he is better than Gabadinho Mhango who is plying his footballing career in South Africa. Nyasa Bullets ithana naye uyu. Muuzeni kuti machende ache. Tell him he has to be careful with maralia to avoid death as was the case with Atsu. Nakamura, machende ako!

  19. mzungmbuli says:

    My message goes to “malawian wonderers players” your friend Nakamura will be getting four million kwacha pamene inu ka seventy thousand kwacha kokha osamakamupatsa mpira kuti achinye azikautenga yekha nanga mesa ndi odziwa kuposa nonsenu.

  20. Ben Phiri says:

    If he is that good, why is he not playing in Europe? Amalawi kukakamula zilizonse.. Za ziiiii

  21. phwanda phwanda says:

    chimene ndikudziwa ine nchakuti: Nakamula wabwelera taikwando! akanakhala amaudziwa bwenzi pano akusewera ma timu aakulu chifukwa angakhale kwawo Ku Japan amasewera nsundwe united ya muchipiku komanso ndi nkhalamba Ali ndi zaka45

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