Nomads’ Madeira mocks KB ahead of FISD final: ‘League impressive form a fluke’

As tension continue to rise ahead of a historical FISD challenge Cup final between Kamuzu Barracks and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers this weekend, Nomads Team Manager Steven Madeira has set a different hype towards the game launching mind games.

Wanderers team manager Steve Madeira: IN mind games
Wanderers team manager Steve Madeira: IN mind games

Madeira seem not to care whether the soldiers are in to make history against his team and only believes his side always comes first in setting new records and history.

In launching mind games ahead of the crunch tie, Madeira  has mocked Kamuzu Barracks saying their top form displayed in the TNM Super League is just a ‘fluke’.

Madeira was speaking on Thursday ahead of the tensed cup final to be played at Civo Stadium.

He said: “Their league impressive form is just a fluke and they dont deserve it. They don’t play good football”.

Madeira said after missing the league title, the Nomads have no other option but to win the FISD Cup so that it be a gift for themselves aswell as all the Nomads fans.

“We missed out the league and we have to win Fisd Cup at all cost as a sorry for ourselves and our beloved supporters” he said.

The Nomads will be looking for a double after winning the Carlsberg Cup some few months ago.

They are currently on sixth position in the league with 44 points six behind their opponents KB who are leading.

Wanderers hopes of title contention salvaged a huge blow after their 2-1 controversial loss to second placed Blue Eagles two weeks ago.

However, the Nomads should not expect an easy ride as Kamuzu Barracks have also promised fire works.

The soldiers are on the driving seat in the league with 52 points and winning the Cup will be something special and an early Christmass gift to the Army Commander.

On their way to the final, Kamuzu Barracks and Wanderers beat Silver Strikers and Blue Eagles FC with 1-0 victories respectively.

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7 years ago

History will repeat itself tomorrow.

Epaphras Ndalama
Epaphras Ndalama
7 years ago

Almost everything can speak even the history. But let us remember that in everything and at any other time, there is a 100% chance of rewriting our history! It all start at the scene!

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