Rashy, Fermak son spoil Wanderers players for beating Bullets

Be Forward Wanderers board of trustees chairman Rashid ‘Rashy’ Gaffar  rewarded players with K1 million for winning Bus Ipite Bonanza after beating Nyasa Big Bullets 5-1.

Fermak son hold a bonanza trophy as Kamwendo and Gaffar looks o

The Nomads beat Bullets 3-0 in the first leg in Lilongwe before another 2-1  victory at the Bingu International Stadium  last Monday to win a 26-seater bus.

Gaffar gave cash to the players at Chilambula Lodge, where the team lodged.

Addressing the players, Gaffar said he was delighted with their performance and urged them to continue with the winning streak.

“I am so delighted and happy because once again you have brought joy to Wanderers family. It was not long ago when you also won the Fisd Cup. Here once again you have won another trophy. For this joy lam giving you K1 million special for you players,” he said before aloud of applause from the players.

Team Manager Steven Madeira received the money on behalf of the players.

However, it was not only Gaffar who rewarded the players for their six star  performance,  as a son to businessman Fermak also donated K100,000 to the players.

The young man, whose father also is a Nomad gave K100,000 cash to the players at his fathers premise in Lilongwe.

Vice Captain Joseph Kamwendo received the money on behalf of his friends.

On their way to Blantyre, thousands of the Nomads fans, who lined up along the Blantyre-Lilongwe highway also spoiled the players with individual gifts.

For  instance, the fans were dishing money to individual players, with Jaffali Chande being the main beneficial.

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6 years ago

Ndangokhala osauka ine kma zomwe yapanga Noma mmmmmmmm ndizosasimbika ndi2

6 years ago

Dzikakoma kumayamikira abale, blessed is the hand that gives than the one that takes, If there can many supporters who think like you guys this team can have its own stadium.

6 years ago

That’s how the trustees should do in order to make players fill comfortable to their team side hence encouraging them to work hard in other trothies for the trustees to do the same in future

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