Be Forward Wanderers woes continue

Elijah Phimbi -Nyasa Times

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers’ miserable start to the season continued  as the Nomads  were held 2-2 in their Monday fixture against Moyale Barracks at the Mzuzu Stadium.

Dejected Nomads .-Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Dejected Nomads .-Photo Jeromy Kadewere

The lacklustre Nomads gave away a 2-0 lead and concede two late goals in the last

10 minutes of the game.

Issac Kaliati and Peter Wadabwa were on target for the Nomads while Moyale responded through Khuda Muyaba and Lloyd Njaliwa.

Both teams scored one each from the penalty spot.

This means the Nomads have only managed to collet nine points out of a possible 24 after playing eight games so far while the soldiers have 12 points from the same number of games.

Wanderers poor start to the new season forced the executive committee to reshuffle the technical panel by appointing Edington Ng’namo as the head coach from his position of technical director while the sacked Jack Chamangwana took over the position of technical director.

But in Mzuzu N’ganoma was conspicuously absent  and Chamangwana led the team to its usual boring style of play and no clue to get good result.

Despite having a cream of players, the Nomads are yet to find the winning formula as they have managed only a single win and six draws.

Meanwhile, the executive committee is expected to hold an emergency crisis meeting again  to find out the root cause of the poor run of form.

This will be the second crisis meeting in less that two weeks.

Club Team Manager Steve Madeira has confirmed Wednesday ‘s meeting and

admitted the recent form is unhealth for a team of Wanderers caliber.

Others are saying redeploying Changwana to technical director position and maintaining the same technical panel of team managers and coaching backroom staff cannot improve things.

Blue Eagles F.C whose unbeaten run came to an end after going down 2-1

to Silver over the weekend continue to lead the league table with 18

points from seven games.

The soldiers of Salima seats on position two with 14 points while

Silver Strikers have moved to third  position and now have 13 points.

The bottom three on the 16 member log table comprises of Max Bullets,

Dwangwa United and Karonga United.

Max and Dwangwa have three points each from seven games whiile Karonga

anchors the table with a single point from two games.

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Mkulu Zikaoneka
Mkulu Zikaoneka
6 years ago

Eliya, Wanderers have drawn 5 games, won 1 and lost 1 & (8 points). The teams are Silver, Dwangwa, Bullets, Civo, Mafco Karonga & Moyale. Where are you getting the eighth one? Please do enough research before you write your article.

6 years ago

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