Mighty Wanderers fired up for Malawi league title after Standard Bank glory

The 2013 Standard Bank Cup champions Mighty Wanderers have vowed to transform their form into the TNM Super League  title winners by not get carried away with their victory against Silver Strikers last Saturday.

The Nomads were crowned the champions after clobbering the Bankers 1-0 in an exciting encounter that grosses K12 million.

In an with Nyasa Times on Wednesday, Mighty Wanderers captain Alfred Manyozo Jnr said their focus now is to clinch the TNM Super League after managing to defend the Standard Bank Cup.

“Standard Bank Cup is water under the bridge and we have agreed to focus on the League now. With the current squad and the technical panel we are capable of winning the League,” said Manyozo.

Victory passing parade, Nomads players dance pelete after winning Standard Bank Cup.- Pic Leonard Sharra, Nyasa Times

The Nomads workhorse emphasized that they will not get carried away with the Standard Bank Cup by accelerating their gear in the League.

Chipping in was the Nomads right back Bongani Kaipa said they are now aiming high and vowed to do whatever it takes for the Nomads to clinch the double his season.

“It is a wish for every player to clinch more than one cup at a season and the same applies to us. We feel it will be an early Christmas gift to our fans if we will also clinch the League,” said Kaipa.

Mighty Wanderers  lion-heartened left back Francis Mlimbika, who also had a grant final said they will put an extra gear in their weekend fixtures as collecting six points will be an extra bonus in their quest to clinch the title.

The Nomads have two assignments this weekend starting with Red Lions on Saturday at the Zomba Community Centre Ground before facing Mponela United 24 hours later in Balaka.

Mighty Wanderers general secretary David Kanyenda said they have shifted all their attention to the League after  the Standard Bank Cup.

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