Be Forward boost Wanderers ahead of Standard Bank cup semis

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers players received a big boost ahead of Saturdays Standard Bank Cup encounter against Blue Eagles as their sponsors donated football equipment worth $7,000.

Butao presenting the boots
Butao presenting the boots
Be Forward boost for Wanderers players
Be Forward boost for Wanderers players
Coach Elia Kananji with his player showing the boots- Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Coach Elia Kananji with his player showing the boots- Photo Jeromy Kadewere

The donation took place on Monday at their Lali-Lubani Road Club House in Blantyre.

Wanderers general secretary Mike Butao said the donation which included travelling bags, football boots which were branded names of each player was a token of pride for winning the Carlsberg Cup.

“This is a big boost ahead of the Standard bank semi final match in Lilongwe and the players now know that the sponsors will always reward good performance. That has set a big challenge for them to do well in both the Carlsberg Cup and the remaining league games,” said Butao.

On Saturday’s encounter, Butao said they are geared for the game and urged all Nomads fans in Lilongwe to fill up Civo Stadium to cheer their team.

“We promise them joy at the end of the match,” said Butao.

He also hinted that four of their players, who sustained injuries like Rafiq Mussa, Francis Mlimbika, Jabulani Linje and Ishmael Thindwa have started light training.

Commenting on the donation, Wanderers goalkeeper Richard Chipuwa thanked the sponsors and assured them of   more cups to come.

“We do not take this for granted. We will make sure that we clinch more cups. This donation has boosted the morale in camp, and we will be invading Lilongwe with one mission, which is to win the game,” said Chipuwa.

Another Nomads midfielder Alfred Manyozo Jnr said the donation has lifted their spirit ahead of Blue Eagles encounter.

“Our spirits have been lifted with this donation. We just say bravo Be Forward and forward ever,” said Manyozo.

Nomads donates to Malawi Special Olympic Committee

As one way of social responsibility, Mighty Be Forward Wanderers also donated sports equipment to Malawi Special Olympics Committee.

The equipment included 25 footballs and 25 pumps.The equipment were worth K1.2 million.

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NGONGOLIWA
5 years ago

ZACHITIKA ALLELUJAH, MORE MILK N HERB

Khongo .j.
Khongo .j.
5 years ago

Wawa “nyelele”.

UNECA
5 years ago

Kuluza sikutha kwa team its part of football amaluza matimu akuluakulu osati noma ine noma sindingaisiye ayi komanso tikunyadira tiri ndi spornsor.

Cia America
Cia America
5 years ago

abullets mukumva bwanji pamenepo? team yolemela iyi inu nsanjee bwaaa

Hardson
5 years ago

Zili bwino neba koma usakomedwe

ALIYANI
5 years ago

wawa nyelele zonse. bola mudzawinedi. Kuwali akuopsa.

Katola manda
Katola manda
5 years ago

Don’t exergerate figures the balls r each at mk2500.00 n pumps r at mk100.00 each total mk62,500.00 n how can u say
Mk1.2 million

louis e nindi banda
louis e nindi banda
5 years ago

Chi team ichi inu;Nyerere

Prisoner monger
Prisoner monger
5 years ago

PP Wanderers

hardwick kametah
5 years ago

thats the nomadz we knw,welcome

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