Wanderers commence training: Baba in, Tico-Tico back

FISD Cup Champions Be Forward Wanderers  regrouped on Tuesday  in preparation for the 2019 football season, which officially kicks off on March 30 with the Chifundo Charity Shield.

Wanderers first day of training

This comes after almost two months of rest, which is necessary to help players recharge for a new season.

Their new catch from Masters Security, Babatunde Adepoju  was among the players who reported for training alongside some veterans like Francis Mlimbika, Alfred Manyozo jnr, Peter Cholopi, Nenani Juwayo and William Thole.

As the first day, the players jogged without touching the ball as hundrends of their supporters came to watch their team play.

Another notable face who trained with the team was former Township Rollers midfielder Lawrence ‘Tico Tico’ Majawa.

Some of the Nomads players like Isaac Kaliat, Dennis Chembezi, Ernest Tambe and Francis Mkonda are with the Flames Under 23 in camp.

Apart from Be Forward Wanderers, another Super League outfit that commenced  their pre-season preparations are Mzuni FC.

Nyasa Big Bullets regrouped Monday at Blantyre Sports Club.

Silver Strikers are also yet to put their house in order, with no executive committee in place to drive the team’s agenda and it is not known when are they resuming training.

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Khima
Khima
2 years ago

Is Tico Tico Majawa training as a coach?????????

POOR MAN FEEL IT
POOR MAN FEEL IT
2 years ago

A MZUNI APATSENI ANA NDALAMA ZAWO AMAVUTIKA OKHA MU GROUND

Chimulirenji
Chimulirenji
2 years ago

Ndiye mwati ku under 23 kwapita ndani wa Noma?

Bishop Kweeni Simiquer
Bishop Kweeni Simiquer
2 years ago

The best team in the land, my favourite

alick
alick
2 years ago

Manoma, the well known team

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