Nomads make their statement, Chande taunts Bullets: Luso TV Bus Ipite bonanza first leg

They played as a team. From the first to the final whistle with Jaffali Chande and Joseph Kamwendo at the centre of everything, Mighty Be Forward Wanderers proved too strong for out of form Nyasa Big Bullets in the first leg of the Luso Television’ Bus ipite bonanza at the Kamuzu Stadium.

Chande had a good day to taunt his former team - Photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times

Chande had a good day to taunt his former team –

Mighty Wanderers posing for Nyasa Times- photo by Jeromy Kadewere

Nyasa Big Bullets posing for Nyasa Times before the game .- photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times

Wanderers on crown nine after winning first leg

Disappointed Bullets players- photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times

Our salute of honour for winning – Wanderers players

Chande who came in from the bench following Peter Wadabwa’s early hamstring injury scored with a header from a move ochestrated by Kamwendo.

The former Bullets number 10 was at the centre of the second goal for his new team with Kamwendo this time around on the score-sheet.

From then on, it was frustration for the people’s team with former Wanderes midfielder Kondwani Kumwenda receiving a yellow following a crumzy challenge on Kamwendo.

Kumwenda was seen confronting both the referee and Kamwendo before players from both sides intervened to cool down his temper.

Nigerian import Amos Bello could have made it 3-nil before half time after passing through Yamikani Fodya and John Lanjesi but his short was well saved by Enerst Kakhobwe.

Soon after the recess, Bullets could have pulled one back but Chiukepo Msowoya’s efforts were fluffed over the cross bar by Wanderers goalie Richard Chipuwa.

While Bullets panicked for a goal, it was the Lali Lubani boys who got the final say with their former player Chande proving too powerful in the air, this time scoring from a Jimmy Zakazaka curler, another former Bullets player.

It was 3-0 the final result in favor of the Lali Lubani boys to the delight of their Coach Yasin Osman who attributed the win to the hard work from his troops.

“We were in control of the game from the first to the final whistle. We gave them no chance to penetrate our midfield and Joseph had good game along with Alfred Manyozo. We lost Wadabwa early into the game but I told Chande before he came on that his could be his moment. And he did it in style,” said Osman.

For his part, Bullets Coach Lloyd Nkhwazi conceded defeat but said the battle is not far from over.

“We were outplayed by Wanderers today. They were too strong on us especially Kamwendo who really controlled their engine room. I congratulate them for winning the first leg but the battle is far from over. We will bounce back better in the second leg,” said Nkhwazi.

The winner in the 2 leg bonanza will drive away with Nissan Civilian bus estimated to be over K20 million.

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CBK
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Mwatinvetsa kukoma,Ku LL musakawanyengelele,mukawatibulenso.Akudelera kwabasi.

nomono
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Mbambande manoma!

atusaye wanda
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nyerere moto

goodwellbanda
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Noma pls musaderere go noma go

Cliff Chongo
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Ndimakape A Bullets Adazolowela Ma Penote Basi, Mapuleyawo Adachta Dzimbiri,mwatigwilila Ntchto Manoma, Nyere Woyeeeee , Bibi Ziiiii

MAJOR PEN
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PIPOS TEAM? BULLETS FANS ACEPT UR TEAM IS NOT IN SHARP FORM, SULUMBA WAILIRA, PAUL SCHOLES USIYE KUNDIPEMPA AIRTIME

Nyonyo
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Avithibula…vimanyanya kusuta chamba….vituluka opanda ndalama. Tavioneni milomo kuda……Nanga company ysfodya ikhale sponsor…..zafodyafodya nsi…?? Where was machrnya chiukepo olomba uja and where was….sulimba strika opanda zogoli uja
……Give up other wise you shall be embarasses at the stadium!

Dumembe
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The margin is too big. Even Civo can manage to defend that. Munagulitsa game basi.

Kapsandevu
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This is probably the end of Lloyd Nkhwazi at Bullets. Let him win the final leg whether with a small margin no problem. But if he loses or draws, then let’s wait and see. I doubt if he will survive!

yassin
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congrants manoma

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