Mighty Be Forward Wanderers coach, Elijah Kananji, is pleased with his side’s 3-0 win over Dedza Young Soccer on Sunday in Nchalo and leapt to the 2015 TNM Super League summit toppling champions Big Bullets.
Kananji, who guided Bullets to the title last season, again heaped praise on his players for now leading the pack a point clear on 21 points and Bullets slipped to second place after a 1-1 draw against Blue Eagles at the Kamuzu Stadium.
Wanderers have played one game less compared to the Bullets
Goals from Rafiq Mussa, Isaac Kaliati and Muhammad Sulumba secured the win for the Nomads.
“We played a very good game and my players were well coordinated. I was really pleased,” Kananji said.
“We have this tendency to switch off, and we switched off and they got back into the game, towards the end of the first half, they nearly scored and then we have to dig deep and a piece of very good football gets us a second goal and then sealed it with the third goal to secure a comfortable win.”
Kananji also heaped praise on winger, Isaac Kaliati, who has impressed since signing for the Nomads from Azam Tigers.
He added: “Kaliati has had talent since he signed for us.”
Kananji has however, warned his team not to get carried away by the two straight wins.
On the third place is Blue Eagles with 17 points from nine matches, displacing to fourth place Silver Strikers who are static at 16 points after being stunned 1-0 by struggling Epac FC in Lilongwe.
Mude Jeffrey scored the lone goal in the 34th minute while Epac’s Under-20 international defender Boston Kabango was named man-of-the-match.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :