Wanderers sign Japanese striker Nakamura: Tigers goalkeeper also joins

Be Forward Wanderers have completed the signing of Japenese based Genki Nakamura and he was unveiled on Thursday at Chiwembe Technical Centre after the Nomads morning training session.

Genki Nakamura unveiled by coach Jack Chamangwana and Madeira...Photo By Be Forward Wanderers.

Genki Nakamura unveiled by coach Jack Chamangwana and Madeira…Photo By Be Forward Wanderers.

Nakamura was at Lali-Lubani on trials and team manager Steven Madeira told Nyasa Times that they were impressed with his services. But he did not divulge more information on the period of his contract.

“We are pleased to announce that Wanderers has signed Nakamura. We are happy and impressed with his services,” said Madeira.

Madeira said they are looking forward to his services and feels his experience will be vital in their pursuit for the League title.

On his remarks, Nakamura said he was delighted to be at Wanderers and said since he joined the Blues he has realized that it is a big club in this club.

“Wanderers is a big club and lam happy to be part of this family. I was warmly welcomed by the fans, fellow players and the technical panel. I hope l can use my experience in helping the club to fulfill its ambition,” said Nakamura.

Wanderers coach Jack Chamangwana described Nakamura as one of the skilful players.

“He is a good player and looking forward to work with him. His passes are perfect and he is also a hard worker,” said Chamangwana.

Meanwhile, the Nomads continued their preparations for the coming season on Thursday with some new faces spotted during training.

For instance, Azam Tigers goalkeeper Nenani Juwayo trained with the team on Thursday.

He has joined Wanderers as a  free agent.

“We are bitterly disappointed with Nenani’s departure,” said Tigers technical director Robin Alufnadika, a former top fan of Wanderers.

On Wednesday  former Nyasa Big Bullets star Jaffali Chande watched his new team train.

This season the Nomads have also roped in the likes of Ernest Tambe, Rafiq Namwera, Peter Wadabwa and Foster Namwera, who was in Mozambique.

On another note, the Nomads will have friendly matches this weekend starting with Cobbe Barracks on Saturday at the Zomba Community Centre Ground before meeting Max Bullets 24 hours later at Kamuzu Stadium.

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7 thoughts on “Wanderers sign Japanese striker Nakamura: Tigers goalkeeper also joins”

  1. Khwakwa says:

    Hahahahahaha Nakamula is not a gud player take ma words

  2. Chendachi Chelitako says:

    I wonder why ppo r jst considering about money here,sometimes money cannot buy happiness.The soccer atmostphere z wht have attracted him to play in Malawi,there are Portuguese,Columbians and Brazilians players who are trading their football in African Leagues,so why not Japannese.

  3. jimmy denzel says:

    mmmh, u people, f he made a decision right at hz home , simply means he eager and willing, so just shutup your mouth and let the guy play ok

  4. Generation of vipers says:

    That awkward moment when some Malawians still ve that mindset yakuti every muzungu or foriegner is superior to them.

    Unless he is a volunteer working for JICA otherwise kuchoka ku Japan kuzasewera mpira ku Malawi. For pleasure or earning a living?

  5. therere says:

    he has trained with the team for months now, why are you negative always?

  6. Drive says:

    bravo my blovd team,as nyerere hop timwa wa mkaka than last season

  7. WILLARD MUBVUMBI says:

    Which previous clubs did this Japanese play for? Chances of signing fake soccer players are high. What made this Japanese to leave his country rich as it is and play for a club in Africa where the league is not as successful as other leagues in Europe?
    B4 signing any player outside your country, first check the background. Who knows, maybe he was playing social soccer in his home nation.

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