Mighty Be Forward Wanderers captain Francis Mlimbika has assured the Nomads fans that they are aiming to collect maximum points from the central region in their two matches this weekend.
The Nomads have a tricky assignment against Mafco on Saturday in Chitowe before travelling to the capital city to play Civo United on Sunday at Civo Stadium.
The Nomads fans are worried that their team is going to the central region having missed three days of training due to players boycott demanding for their game allowances.
However, in a telephone interview with Nyasa Times on their way to Dwangwa, Mlimbika said they have but the money issue at the back of their mind and they are now focusing on the games.
“We are going to central region on a mission. Our aim is to collect maximum points in both games,” said Mlimbika.
He. however, was quick to state that it has always been difficult for them in the past seasons to collect maximum points in Dwangwa and Lilongwe.
” Every player is ready and we will accelerate our gear because winning away games will put our campaign for the title on course,” he said.
The Nomads coach Elijah Kananji has enough weapons in his camp to destroy Chitowe.
For instance, he has Cameroonian Lionel Asu, who rescued them in their 1-0 game against Sure Stream.
Jabulani Linje is also another player to watch alongside Muhammad Sulumba, Jimmy Zakazaka and Malumbo Gondwe.
However, Mafco are wounded soldiers following their Sundays first defeat this season to Blue Eagles.
Coach Stereo Gondwe vowed to put the Nomads on sword.
“I cannot manage to donate six points in a role. We will hit at Wanderers in Chitowe,” said Gondwe.
Gondwe has a pool of talented players like Zasher Nong’oneza, Saidi Mtekama and Patrick Masanjala,who can rise when the chips are down.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :