Mighty Be Forward Wanderers striker Ishamel Thindwa this week underwent a successful two-hour operation on his injured knee at Beit Cure International Hospital in Blantyre and hopes to be physically fit after five to six months.
The former Epac FC hit-man has been out of action since he joined the Nomads from Caps United of Zimbabwe after he sustained a knee injury during a competitive match.
“I am now feeling better than earlier before, what has remained is for me to wait at least five to six weeks in order to recover fully. I cannot wait to bounce back in the field of play because l have missed scoring goals for fun,” said the Kanjedza township based player.
Commenting on the same issue, Mighty Be Forward Wanderers general secretary Mike Butao said they are happy that finally Thindwa has been operated on his knee.
Butao said Thindwa’s come back will give their coach a wide choice of strikers.
For instance, the Nomads have the following strikers Jabulani Linje, Jimmy Zakazaka, Mapopa Kaunda, Precious Msosa, Peter Wadabwa, Victor Nyirenda and Luka Milanzi.
On another note, the Nomads left back Ted Sumani, who sustained and injury during the first week of their pre-season training is back in training.
Sumani told Nyasa Times that he is now fit and ready for the season to kick-off in April.