Moyale Barracks Football Club have vowed to put to an end Mighty Be Forward Wanderers’ record of grabbing the inaugural cups when the two sides meet in the semi-finals of the Airtel Top Eight Trophy on Saturday.
The Nomads, who are historically known for being first in clinching new cups, are scheduled to play the Lions of Kaning’ina at the magnificent Bingu National Stadium on Saturday.
Assistant Coach for Moyale Barracks FC, Charles Kamanga, confidently challenged the Nomads that his charges will halt the former’s history in inaugural cups by playing a do-or-die game.
“Moyale Football Club will put to an end that record because we are aiming for victory come Saturday,” he said.
The Lions of Kaning’ina have so far maintained the record of scoring many goals in the quarter finals after beating fellow soldiers 6-2 on aggregate.
However, Mighty Beforward Wanderers’ Team Manager, Steve Madeira said his side was preparing well and would eagerly wait to show the Lions of Kaning’ina why they have the unbeatable record in inaugural cup games.
“We are prepared in all fronts mentally and physically, this is a huge game and we are not the type of team that belittles any game.
“As much as our previous games with Moyale have never been easy, we are prepared to show them what we are made of,” said Madeira, adding that Saturday’s game will be an opportunity for the nomads to revenge previous humiliations they suffered after losing to the soldiers.
He further challenged that while Moyale Barracks FC will be looking forward to demolishing his team’s record of victory, his side will use their every ability to stop the Lions of Kaning’ina from inflicting another loss on the Nomads’ record of losses against the soldiers.