Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Nigerian striker Amos Bello is back at the club after a long absence, Club Vice Chairperson Gift Mkandawire has confirmed.
Bello has been out of action for over a month and his club could not trace his whereabouts as he was reported to have travelled to Mozambique and South Africa despite telling the Team Manager Steve Madeira that he had gone to Lilongwe to collect things his brother had sent him from Nigeria.
He last appeared during a controversial Carlsberg Cup Semifinal clash against Mangochi Police at the Kamuzu Stadium.
But according to latest information from Mkandawire, the player was in Nigeria where he had some personal issues to take care of.
“He went to Nigeria because he had some pressing family issues to sort out,” said Mkandawire.
The Nomads Vice Chairperson confessed Bello’s absence was greatly felt but couldnt say the team has been failing to win because of his unavailability as they equally have alot more quality players.
“Talking of his absence as a team we felt it but we wouldnt say we failed to win games because of him but we are happy that he is back,” he said.
Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have been struglling in the league to register positive result after they thumped Karonga United 4-1 at the Kamuzu Stadium.
Last weekend they only managed to collect a single point from a possible six on their trip to Nkhotakota.
They lost 2-1 to current league leaders Mafco FC before being forced to a 0-0 draw against Dwangwa United.
Meanwhile, club Executive Committee has promised their fans to expect positive results in the next coming games.
This follows summoning of senior players and technical panel to find the root cause of the poor results.