Ng’onamo upbeat at Blantyre United

Newly appointed Blantyre United Technical Director Eddington Ng’onamo has promised fireworks ahead of the 2017 soccer season as the Blantyre based outfit seek to relaunch their TNM Super League campaign.

Eding’ton Ng’onamo: Technical Director at Blantyre United -.Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

The team returns to the top flight league following a two year absence after being relegated in 2013/14 season.

Ng’onamo said the team is ready for the showdown and prepared enough to stay in the elite league for many years to come.

The former Nyasa Big Bullets, Mighty Be Forward Wanderers  and Malawi senior National Team coach said he has confidence in both the head coach the team has hired as well as the current crop of players at the club.

“I believe the coach Leonard Mpulula and myself will produce good results. Blantyre United is a youthful side and a powerful side already but our aim is transform it further to display classic football and bring a surprise package in the new Super League season,”said Ng’onamo.

He said he has gained confidence based on the talent and hard working spirit existing in the players.

“What I have observed is that we have a hard working and committed squad. Based on this, we will maintain the same squad as we beginning as Super League journey. Bringing in many new faces may compromise their performance,” he said.

The former Malawi national team head coach said he is optimistic that the players will transform their excellent play and confidence they showcased in the lower league last
season that earned them promotion from the Southern Region Football League (SRFL)-Premier Division.

Meanwhile, the team has started welcoming some of their prodigal sons who left the club after being relegated from the top flight league.

One of the players who has rejoined the club is Sparrow Msowoya who was at Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.

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