Mighty Be Forward Wanderers striker, Amos Bello says he has adapted quickly to the “perfect” challenge of the TNM Premier League.
The Nigerian based striker, who joined the Nomads this season assisted in Peter Wadabwa’s winning goal last Sunday against Silver Strikers in Lilongwe.
He was also featured in the Nomads Charity Shield encounter against Nyasa Big Bullets, in a match he came from the bench but impressed the crowd with his pace, skill and hardworking spirit.
He told the Malawi News Agency (Mana); “I’m very pleased that I’m in this league because you go from game to game very quickly. You play every two or three days and, for me, it’s better to play more games than train because I love the challenge and here that is perfect.”
“I feel comfortable here,” the 25-year-old added. “You can see on the pitch when we play together that we have a very good understanding.
“The team is great and, for me, it’s been very easy to settle. The players here have helped me to establish myself quicker than I perhaps would have done were they not here but, ultimately, I feel pleased.
“The people are very friendly and welcoming. I also fell in love with Malawi because this country is very beautiful and the weather perfect for a game of football,” he added.
He also praised the Nomads technical panel which is led by Jack Chamangwana describing it as the best.
Wanderers’ assistant coach, Elijah Kananji praised Bello saying he is one of the best strikers at Lali-Lubani.
“He is experienced and matured that we feel with the combination of the likes of Jabulani Linje, Luka Milanzi, Peter Wadabwa, Khumbo and Jimmy we will have one of the best striking force,” said Kananji.
Meanwhile, Jack Chamangwana’s men lead the Premier League after Sunday’s victory against the bankers.
The Nomads next assignment is on Saturday against Dwangwa United at the Kamuzu Stadium.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :