Wanderers handed triple injury boost ahead of Carlsberg Cup semis:  Play Max Bullets on Sunday in friendly match

Be Forward Wanderers  have been handed a massive triple injury boost ahead of their Carlsberg Cup Semi-final  clash with Mangochi Police next week Saturday at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

Nomads Team Doctor Samuel Matukuta treating Kaliati...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Nomads Team Doctor Samuel Matukuta treating Kaliati…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Goalkeeper Nenani Juwayo , Isaac Kaliati  and  Malumbo Gondwe have all made great progress with their respective injuries.

Juwayo  is set to return to the Nomads squad  against  Mangochi Police to ease goalkeeping problems for Wanderers, who saw their keeper’s training second to Richard Chipuwa in their previous matches against Epac FC, Prison United and Mzuni FC.

Versatile midfielder Isaac Kaliat, who missed three matches against Epac, Prison United and Mzuni FC after sustaining a knee injury during their friendly match against the Reserve Side  has now returned to full training.

Defending midfielder Malumbo Gondwe  has also returned to full training after a knock against Kamuzu Barracks.

Kaliati  and Gondwe  are back in full training. Basically they are all progressing well,’ the Nomads team doctor Samuel Matukuta  said.

While this Sunday’s  fixture  against MTV Max Bullets in a friendly match at Kamuzu Stadium will come too early for the trio, their   return will come as a huge boost ahead of a vital clash against Mangochi Police in the Carlsberg Cup semi-finals next week at Kamuzu Stadium.

On another note, striker Jabulani Linje, who has been out for three months due to a groin injury is also expected to start training next week on Tuesday.

Meanwhile,  Nomads team manager Steven Madeira told Nyasa Times that they have organized a friendly match against Max Bullets inorder as one way of preparing their Carlsberg Cup Semis.

Madeira urged all Nomads fans to converge at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday in their large numbers to see some of their players, who have not enjoyed first 11 like Genki Nakamula.

He  said spectators have to pay K500 in the open stands, while for those in the MBC stands will cough K1,500. Covered stands charges k2000.

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