Nomads draw single point from Lilongwe: Malawi TNM Super League

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, Nyerere on Sunday, November 29, 2015 headed back to the commercial city- Blantyre holding just a single point from their two Lilongwe assignments against Silver Strikers and Epac.

Mike Kaziputa in action against Epac on Sunday, Pic Alex Mwazalumo
Mike Kaziputa in action against Epac on Sunday, Pic Alex Mwazalumo
Siwombo books Wanderers' Ted Sumani
Siwombo books Wanderers’ Ted Sumani
Epac's Mphatso Dzongololo ... man-of-the match award
Epac’s Mphatso Dzongololo … man-of-the match award
Wanderers' bus under police escort.
Wanderers’ bus under police escort.
Silver, Wanderers in action, Pic Alex Mwazalumo
Silver, Wanderers in action, Pic Alex Mwazalumo

Still fresh from their recent northern region sojourn, which also yielded a single point, the sleeping giants from Blantyre started their tour of the capital city on a sour note after losing 1-0 to Silver Strikers on Saturday.

Their hopes of salvation on Sunday vanished into thin air after 90 minutes, when relegation threatened Epac cancelled out the Nomads’ 19th minute lead.

Making about five changes to their starting line-up against Silver the previous day, the Nomads took the lead against Njenjete after 19 minutes, when unmarked Luka Milanzi received a pass from Muhammad Sulumba to slot the ball home.

Epac vehemently protested against the goal, charging both Sulumba and Milanzi were in off-side positions but referee Zondwayo Siwombo stood to his ground.

Sulumba could have made it 2-0 for the visitors in the closing stages of the first half but he failed to beat Epac goalkeeper Tione Tembo in a one-on-one situation.

As Nyerere thought they had the three points in the bag, Njenjete pulled level in added time through Ranken Mwale following a free kick by Justin Kamanga.

Wanderers’ team manager Steve Madeira expressed disappointment with the  result but expressed hope that things would change for the better in his camp.

“We needed to react today after losing yesterday but we were very unfortunate to concede in the 90th minute. It is very painful for us as well as the supporters but I am hopeful that we will go through this bad spell and get back to our winning ways,” said Madeira.

Epac coach Abbas Makawa was furious with the officiating personnel and did not grant any journalists an interview.

He left for the dressing room shouting on top of his voice as some members from the Epac camp tried to deal with the officiating personnel.

The officiating crew left the field unharmed but referee Siwombo met his fate about half an hour later, when he was manhandled by a group of Epac fans while leaving the stadium. He was rescued by police officers, who rushed to the scene.

Before the incident, there was also drama in Wanderers’ camp as some irate fans ordered the team’s bus to leave the stadium without the players.

The bus left but after the intervention of the supporters’ regional chairman Christopher Kamwendo and other officials, the bus returned to pick the players, who had been surrounded by police.

The bus was escorted by a police vehicle.

Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :
0 0 vote
Article Rating

Sharing is caring!

Follow us in Twitter
10 Comments
newest
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Alex Tulamah Tulamah
5 years ago

Nomatter what behind Nomaaaaaaaaa amagadzinu ai asaaaaaa bt sky is blue n limit kkkkkkkk Noma yomweyo kuti wawawawawawa!

phwiti akakhuta
phwiti akakhuta
5 years ago

Neba za mpirazi zativutatu izi! Basi tanyozeka zitayeni za mpira neba tizigulitsa ma passo basi.

RIP
RIP
5 years ago

Wamumkamwa ndiwo mpira umene amawina a noma,pa ground samatha ndiye tiziwakhululukira all the time

mzungumbuli
mzungumbuli
5 years ago

Thats why the nomads are seeking devine intervetion, After the Balaka- Wanderers- Silver game that ended in fracas and led to Jositara losing life, Wanderers and Silver have now met Seven times and Silver have beaten wanderers six times and the two sides have drawn once. Wanderers is still paying the hard price of killing Jositala in Balaka.

Osauka sakwiya
Osauka sakwiya
5 years ago

Kuganyula kwachita kutopesa asa!!!

AKIJA
AKIJA
5 years ago

kkkkkk Neba apa ndiye basi ulendo oka peta ma plastic basi

chizamsoka munthali
chizamsoka munthali
5 years ago

Ayaya ndi dilu!!!!! Zikumunyasa azinyambite pachilonda koma asasanze kkkkkk

stephen
stephen
5 years ago

koma kumenekp!!!

YONA BB MALUNGA
YONA BB MALUNGA
5 years ago

KKKKKKK NEBA!!!! Apa ndiye waku msejere league basi.koma ukutinvetsa kukoma upitilize kutisangalatsa choncho.extra time?GANYU INAKOMA KUMENEKU KKKKK. MANOMAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

musova
musova
5 years ago

Neba watha ngati makatani

shares
Read previous post:
20 Malawian businesses at Africa Investment summit in London: Mlombwa to make presentations

Business magnate Mike Mlombwa, who is also the president of Indigenous Businesses Association Malawi (IBAM), is among 26 business people...

Close