Wanderers coach Osman resists complacency

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers head coach Yasin Osman says the lead his club is enjoying in the TNM Super League is not yet title-winning as he guards against complacency.

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Osman  told Nyasa Times that he is pleased with his side after picking up two wins over the weekend, following the victories over Chitipa United and Blue Eagles.

The 2-1 triumph of the Chitipa Boys on Saturday was the Nomads number 8  win  before making it nine of Sunday against Blue Eagles. They won 1-0.

Wanderers, while not at their scintillating best, dug in to prevail in a mental and physical battle  against feisty opponents.

Osman bemoaned the  defence  error that saw the Nomads  concede an equaliser  against Chitipa on Saturday but was generally pleased by the mental strength of his squad – after a challenging week.

“I’m happy with my boys, I think we played a bit higher  against Blue Eagles, we defended well, didn’t give them too many chances, we scored one beautiful goal, should have scored one or two more,”  Osman said.

“We were a little bit sloppy in our Saturday encounter but come Sunday l salute my boys for stepping up the gear . We will make sure to take game after game. So overall a good week: two wins and six points , so we are on our way,” said Osman.

The Nomads, who are basking comfortably on the summit table with 28 points from 11 games have a tricky fixture on Sunday against Nyasa Big Bullets at the Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.

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4 years ago

A word of Caution to Wanderers!!! They need to critically do za mpira if they need to consolidate their ambitions to title chase. The age limit is something to worry about. All they need is to preserve the energies of their charges ahead of this coming weekend encounter. If it well not for the ill timed Calsberg Cup game I would propose that they arrange a full camping ahead of the game. Keep the boys in shape by resting them and focus on the game to come. It sounds awkward but research has shown that it works!!! Work on the… Read more »

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