Gate charges hiked for Blantyre derby of BB V Nomads

Long time traditional rivals Mighty Wanderers and Bullets F.C sort each other out this coming Sunday in the K65 million TNM Super League at the giant Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

But the spectators need to dig deeper into their pockets to watch what promises to be a scintillating and game of the week as the two parties have agreed to excessively hike the get charges.

According to Bullets General Secretary, Higger Nkandawire and David Kanyenda who serves the similar position at Nomads, special charges for those to watch the game from the open stands have been hiked to K500.00 per person from K100.00.

Those intending to watch from the VIP stand will pay 3, 000.00, Covered stand K2, 000.00, MBC while those in MBC stand will pay K1, 000.00.

Nomads star Joseph Kamwendo and his so posing with the club's fans

Mkandawire said the move is aimed at raising extra funds for the two clubs who are yet to receive their respective sponsorship money from Carlsberg Malawi Limited.

“This is a game involving two big teams filled with cream of players. We have not yet received anything from Carlsberg therefore this will be our opportunity to raise something and keep us going” said Mkandawire.

Carlsberg Malawi rescued Bullets FC and Mighty Wanderers offering them a one year temporary contract each with a possibility of extending the contract if the teams meet the condition put forward.

Carlsberg Malawi gave the team’s conditions and achievements to fulfill if they are to win the sponsorship.

Among the conditions is that the teams do better and finish at a good position in the league and make sure they maintain discipline.

Meanwhile, Wanderers midfielder- skipper Joseph Kamwendo confessed it will be a tough game but promised Nomads supporters nothing but victory.

“I cannot say right now that we are going to beat Bullets by how many goals but what I know and I promise the supporters is that we are beating Bullets this Sunday” said the former Orlando Pirates
midfielder.

Captain for Bullets, Fischer Kondowe, who returns to action this weekend after missing a number of games after sustaining an injury in the opening game of the 2012-2013 season against Silver Strikers few weeks ago says he is optimistic that his side will carry the day.

“Since I returned from South Africa Wanderers has never beaten Bullets and this Sunday it will be fireworks” said Kondowe.

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