Nigerian player Amos Bello unveiled at Wanderers

Nigerian player Amos Bello is officially unveiled at Mighty Be Forward Wanderers in front of his fellow players, coach and some officials at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

Wanderers official Steve Madeira with Bello
Wanderers official Steve Madeira with Bello
Nigerian Bello was recomended to Wanderers by Jay Jay Okocha
Nigerian Bello was recomended to Wanderers by Jay Jay Okocha

Bello, who was featured in last week’s TNM Premier League game against Silver Strikers spoke a few words, saying it is “a dream to be here at Wanderers” before walking onto the pitch in his new number 16 shirt.

The midfielder also hailed Wanderers fans, players and officials for a warm welcome and described Malawi as a beautiful country with humble people.

Bello arrived at Wanderers with another Nigerian player, Olasunkanmi Opeyemi. The two were recommended by former Nigeria star Jay Jay Okocha.

Wanderers team manager Steve Madeira said they were impressed with Amos performance and wished him the best the time he will be at Lali-Lubani Road.

Madeira, who was non committal to say the duration of Amos’s contract said Wanderers is geared for the League and cups.

“We are trying our best to beef up our squad because all we want is to win the League and all the cups this season,” said Madeira.

This is the second foreign based player for Wanderers to sign after Japanese Genki Nakamura, who was unveiled last month ago.

Apart from the foreign based players, Wanderers also roped in Peter Wadabwa from Silver Strikers, Ernest Tambe and Rafiq Namwera from Wizards FC.

They also roped in Jaffali Chande from Nyasa Big Bullets even though his case is still pending for FAM’s ruling .


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bentry chirwa
6 years ago

MALAWI IMMIGRATION IS A FLOP, WHEN RAMADAN WAS FERRied IN MALAWI TO COACH BULLETS, THEY ISSUED AN ARREST THREAT CITING HE was not having work permit. My question is, is bello Amos having work permit?

6 years ago

Well come amos.takunyadira uwonetse zako zija lero

6 years ago


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