Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Captain Joseph Kamwendo’s injury is not serious and will be available for selection in the team’s next assignment, Club Team Doctor Samuel Matukuta has confirmed.
Matukuta made the sentiments through the club’s official website immediately after their 1-1 draw against traditional old-age rivals
Nyasa Big Bullets in a marvelous, thrilling and mouth-watering encounter played at the Bingu National Stadium (BNS) in Lilongwe on
The former Flames international limped off in the 9th minute after scoring a spectacular free kick to give his side the lead and earn a
vital point at the end of 90 minutes.
The premature substitution of the most influential midfielders raised fears amongst the Blue’s fans and Technical panel that he might have sustained a serious injury but according to reports Nyasa Times has
gathered, it was just a clamp of muscles.
Gaffar spoils players
Meanwhile, Wanderers Board of Trustees Chairman Rashid ‘Rashy’ Gaffar has given the players K600,000.00 cash to share as a tocken of appreciation for their scintillanting performance against Nyasa BigBullets on Saturday.
This will be a big motivation for the Lali Lubani Boys who are seeking the league title championship after a decade.
They last won the league in 2006 under the mentorship of a Briton Eddie May.
Since then, they have only dominated in winning cups on the domestic front.
They are currently at the summit of the league log standings with seven points [as of Saturday 28th October 2017] with only six games
remaining to wind up the season.
All the remaining matches are to be played at home giving them an added advantage to produce positive results.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :