AS Vita of Democratic Republic of Congo ( DRC) are leaving on stone unturned to beat Malawi’s ambassadors in the Caf Champions League after sending their team manager to Malawi on a spying mission.
The team manager Victor Ndunga said he came to Malawi to check on the hospitality industry as well Wanderers preparations for the game.
“I wanted to check on the food, currency to see if whether we can pay the bill or not.”
Ndunga has ruled out any surprise results for the Nomads saying he doesn’t give them any chance.
“I can’t give you any chance in DRC because we are an experienced side we are also champions for our league,” Ndunga said.
He also scoffed off at Wanderers chaotic preparations as way off the mark for such a competition.
“I don’t know how the preparations are going on but I can’t see that the team is preparing for this game,” he said after a five-day spying mission.
But he was impressed with Bingu National Stadium built by Chinese government through a long term soft loan.
Wanderers face AS Vita on February 11 away to DRC in the preliminary round while the return leg will take place a fortnight later in Malawi’s capital, LilongweFollow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :