Wadabwa, Kamwendo Japan trip delayed to January 2017

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers duo of experienced striker Peter Wadabwa and veteran midfielder Joseph Kamwendo will not leave the club for Japan as earlier announced, club Chairman George Chamangwana has confirmed.

Kamwendo: Japan bound

Kamwendo: Japan bound

Reports went viral on social media and through some radion stations that the two will leave this week.

The will in the next season play for undisclosed Japanesse Club.

According to Chamangwana, the two players will be released  mid-January.

He said their aim is for the duo to assist the team further in their remaining TNM Super League games campaign.

“We want all our players available but we are not blocking them” said Chamangwana.

He said they have taken advantage of  Japanesse league which he said commences in January and there is no logic for the players to leave now.

The Nomads who already have two trophies on their shelf this season [Carlsberg and Fisd Challenge] already gave up on winning the league title and are only eyeing a top four finish.

They are currently on position six with 41 points from 27 games and this weekend, they welcome Mzuzu soldiers Moyale Barracks in a game to be played at the Balaka Stadium.

Kamuzu Barracks are still on the driving seat with 52 points followed by Nyasa Big Bullets and and Blue Eagles on second and thirs positions respectively with 51 points each.

Silver are on fourth with 50 points while Mafco FC seats on position five with 47 points.

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nomad
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it bgins with us, bravo japan! ubale udzitere! achule nkhano etc za kumeneko zikadibwe basi!

Daniel Chitika
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hahahaha kkkkkkkk these players are spent force no wonder they cant play in DRC, RSA and even in
Mozambique what a shame and now to make noise that they are going to play in Japan is a waste of
our time. You better say they are going for holiday coz Japan is not a footballing nation no wonder
Nakamura just spent time on the bench coz he cannot much to Malawian standard of football hahaha
kkkkkkkk

Tchende mbewu
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Noma ilindi 44 poits tikaphatikiza gemu ya Max bullets.

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