Rashy inspires Nomads ahead of Standard Bank Cup finals: Promises K50,000.00 in each goal

Mighty Wanderers FC board of trustee member Rashid Gaffer  (Rashy) has inspired the club players ahead of Saturdays Standard Bank Cup finals against Silver Strikers at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe with monetary incentive.

The business tycoon has promised K50, 000.00 in each goal scored and more  if they will grab the prestigious cup.

Mighty Wanderers general secretary David Kanyenda has confirmed the promise.

Kanyenda vows to upset the tables in the capital city come Saturday.

David Kanyenda: Wanderers for the cup

“We have accelerated the gear in our quest to defend the cup. For instance, our board chairman Rashid Gaffer has promised K50, 000.00 for each goal scored as a motivation to the players. We are not looking behind the previous results against the Bankers and our main focus is Saturday’s game,” he said.

The Nomads midfielder Alfred Manyozo Jnr has urged their supporters to come in large numbers and drum up support to them.

My plea to our fans is that they should come in large numbers and give us support for the entire 90 minutes because we are geared for victory.”

The Nomads technical panel of Stewart Mbolembole, Albert Mpinganjira and Chiyembekezo Zidana will be banking all their hopes on left back lion-heartened Francis Mlimbika, Idriss Walesi, Kondwani Lufeyo and Bongani Kaipa to mount a strong defence  against Silver’s menacing strikers  Rodrick Gonani and Green Harawa.

However, the Bankers have said  there is no need for them to motivate their players ahead of the crunch encounter because they always consider the welfare of their players at all times.

The Bankers general secretary Mike Tembo described Saturday’s finals as payback time after last season’s defeat.

Silver lost 2-0 to the Nomads in their previous meeting in the finals which took place at the Silver Stadium.

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