Osman hails Nomads ‘willpower’: Malawi TNM Super League

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers  coach Yasin Osman   has praised the resolve of his side in recovering from the setback  of  losing the silverware  last week in the finals with Silver Striker as they extended their unbeaten record to 2 games and moved up to position nine in the TNM Super League  standings after beating  PremierBet Wizards   1-0 away on  Sunday.

Wizards’ Chembezi clearing the ball from the dangerszone-Photo Jeromy Kadewere.JPG Chembezi clearing the ball from the dangerszone-Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Beaultiful view of Mulanje inside the stadium-Photo Jeromy Kadewere.
Wanderers players celebrating their goal-Photo Jeromy Kadewere
In support of Be Forward Wanderers -Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Mulanje Park was painted blue white-Photo Jeromy Kadewere

The well patronized game took place at Mulanje Park Stadium.

“It was important to pass this psychological test,” he told reporters after the match.

“There was a stage in the second half, when we were already leading 1-0, that is was obvious that the opponent  threw  everything at us and I felt there we could have done better by managing the game by keeping the ball and playing.

“But we are delighted with the victory,” he added as the Nomads  advanced to just six  points behind leaders Red Lions.

The Nomads won their first match 1-0 against Kamuzu Barracks at Civo Stadium.

This coming weekend they have two tricky assignments in the central region as they take on Dwangwa United on Saturday at Chitowe Stadium, before travelling to Lilongwe to face Mafco FC   on Sunday at Civo Stadium.

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