Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Team Manager Steven Madeira is still cherishing his teams’ 4-1 victory over Epac FC on Sunday at the Kamuzu Stadium and said the visitors got punished for being disrespectful.
“I met them at a restaurant where I was buying food for my boys and they were speaking some shit. I just told them that I will send my boys to do the job. Here we are and congratulations to my boys,” said Madeira after the game.
He went on and took the matter to social media-Facebook where he wrote and also applauded the Nomads players for an incredible perfomance.
“Epac boys deserved punishment for being disrespectful, big up gents Joseph Kamwendo, Stanly Sanudi, Mike Kaziputa, Francis Mlimbika. Thats how we should be punishing teams,” wrote Madeira.
He said Epac got the bitter football lesson from intelligent, committed, dedicated and high spirited Be Forward team.
Meanwhile, Madeira said his team is playing with no pressure at all saying “pressure is on those at the top because we are slowly catching up with them and they have their tails between their legs”.
The Nomads produced a five star perfomance thumping Epac with goals from Joseph Kamwendo, Alfred Manyozo Jnr and a brace from Peter Wadabwa.
They have now accumulated 38 points from 25 games and seats on position six.
This weekend, they will be concentrating on their FISD Cup semifinal clash against Blue Eagles at the Kamuzu Stadium.