Mighty Be Forward Wanderers coach Elijah Kananji branded his team’s 3-0 defeat to rookies Mzuni FC “a disgrace” in the TNM Super League at Mzuzu Stadium, as they saw their hopes of finishing in top four hanging on a thread.
Victor Gondwe, who was named man of the-match, scored a double in 44th and 55th minutes. Lusungu Mwafuliwa scored a late goal in 83rd minute to complete a deserved 3-0 win for Mzuzni.
In a telephone interview with Nyasa Times after the game, Kananji described the result shocking and attributing their loss to complacency among his players.
“I am shocked, you don’t expect it,” he said. “We were too complacency and may be my players thought they had already collected full points before even playing.
“Difficult to understand and will have to look for the reasons.”
The Nomads were outnumbered, out-played and out-fought as they slumped to a surprise 3-0 defeat at in the northern part of Malawi.
The blues midfield didn’t offer enough protection from the impressive midfield play of their opponents.
The presence of newly recruited technical director Kinnah Phiri inspired Mzuni to beat Wanderers, according to club’s coach coach Alex Ngwira.
“We acknowledge the presence of Kinnah who has boosted the players’ morale,” he said.
Mzuni’s win has pushed the to 23 points from 23 games
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