Mighty Wanderers coach Franco Ndawa has praised his charges for beating TNM Super League defending champions Silver Strikers, also for displaying their discipline and unity when they are on duty.
Ndawa spoke this few days after his club pocketed K1.5 Million after whipping Lilongwe based Silver Strikers popularly known as the bankers in a special game organized as part of the 2012 presidential cup launch.
“I salute the boys for maintaining the discipline I have instilled in them since I joined the club and I urge them to maintain that spirit. With the Unity and the love that is between the players, I think we
will achieve more,” said Ndawa.
He further revealed he do not have any intention of signing new players as the current crop of players in his squad are all in good shape.
“At the moment I am satisfied with the players I have and I think I will use the same players in the new season coming ahead,” he said.
Ndawa stay at Nomads can be described as a success as he has managed to among other things become the first coach to win the Presidential Cup.
Meanwhile, Ndawa says he is working to sharpen his charges before presidential cup reaches the climax together with TNM Super League.
BB talent scouting
In a related development, peoples team Bullets F.C has launched a talent identification exercise with an aim of bringing in new faces into the club.
On Saturday, Bullets coach Edingtone Ng’onamo was in Salima where he witnessed a cracking encounter between Salima Town Hammers of Salima and MAICC F.C of Mponela in a Chipiku Central Region Football League premier league match.
Ng’onamo said he has identified two players with great talent from the match and that he is interested hook them into Bullets team.
He has also called upon all those who think they have the talent that they can fit into Bullets team by joining the trials which start this Tuesday at the St Andrews ground in Blantyre.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :