Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Team Manager Steve Madeira has revealed that everything is in place in their camp and has also vehemently revealed that they are not under any pressure ahead of their Airtel Top 8 semifinal clash against Moyale Barracks this coming Saturday scheduled to take place at the Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.
Madeira said on Wednesday that the pressure is on Moyale since their opponents are the ones who have dominated their previous meetings.
Last season, Moyale were responsible for Nomads exit in the Presidential Cup and went further to hold them twice in their league meetings.
The Nomads were also beaten 3-1 by Moyale during the 2017 pre-season training.
Madeira said the Nomads are this time more than ready to face the soldiers and register positive results.
“We don’t have any excuse this time around and we are ready to defuse their style of play,” said Madeira.
He said they are after scoring goals and get results not playing fancy football.
The Nomads technical panel which is headed by Yasin Osman is likely to have a headache in selection of players particularly upfront following the return of their other key strikers Ishmael Thindwa and Peter Wadabwa who have been on the sidelines due to injuries.
“Wadabwa and Thindwa are back and resumed full time training with the rest of the boys on Tuesday which is indeed a good news for us” he said.
The other Airtel Top 8 semifinal match will be played on Sunday at Civo Stadium and will involve Kamuzu Barracks and Silver Strikers.
The winners will progress to the finals slated for 3rd June at a venue to be decided by the main organisers Football Association of Malaw (FAM) in conjunction with the official sponsors Airtel Malawi Limited.