Mighty Wanderers crowned Malawi champions: Wadabwa fires Nomads to title glory 

Mighty Be Forward  Wanderers were crowned champions on Saturday  after beating Masters Security FC  to clinch their domestic crown with a game to spare after a decade’s drought.

Osman: He has guided the Nomads to a title

Transformation from mid-table mediocrity to title winners has been remarkable

Kanyenda: Nomads are champions ,

Wadabwa: Netted a brace

The game seemed to be a 50-50 affair in the opening 15 minutes but the Nomads started to have an upper hand after scoring their opening goal in the 18th minute through Peter Wadabwa who later doubled the scores seven minutes later.

Foster Namwera increased the misery towards visiting Masters when he scored the third goal all the opening three goals for the nomads were scored from the header.

First half endied 3-0 with the Nomads dominating the proceedings.

In the second half, Wanderers started on a relaxing mode and no wonder they ended up conceding a goal with only eight minutes after recess.

Patience Kalumo scored the consolation goal from the spot kick after Masters were awarded a penalty following a hand ball from Harry Nyirenda in the penalty box.

The Nomads then woke up and started to launch a number of fierce attacks.

Esau Kanyenda scored the fourth and last goal of the match when he sloted the ball home from close range following an excellent interchange of passes from Kaziputa and Sanudi on the left flank
resulting into a goal mouth scramble.

Mike Kaziputa nearly punished the Masters further but his long range 30 meter drive missed the target by a whisker.

There was wild celebration after the referee blew the final whistle to mark the end of the match.

Speaking in a post-match interview, Wanderers Head Coach Yasin Osman thanked heavens for the winn that guided them to the promised land.

“It’s a wonderful thing and I cant say we delivered ourselves but we were delivered and I thank God for this. I also thank the players for their hard wotking apirit during the entire journey to championship,”
Osman told Nyasa Times after the match..

He added that it wasn’t an easy game considering that it was again a must win for their opponents in order to run away from relegation.

Masters Coach Abbas Makawa conceded the defeat and saluted the Champions.

Meanwhile, the Nomads will play their last league game against Red Lions next weekend at the Bingu National Stadium where they will officially be declared champions.

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Congrats Manoma and good luck in CAF.BB lest now prepare for next season 2 years consecutive second position is not bad. We need to be champions next year. First games are very important anyway that is the way things have gone this year.


evn 1 point gap tnm yapta neba! kusuta kuononga moyo!

Achinene A Noma

Neba ukuti bwanji

Achinene A Noma

Neba pali mawunso nanga


Mwatimvetsa kukoma. Keep it up.


Congrats Neba zaka zinachuluka mpaka 11 hahahaha

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