Mighty Be Forward Wanderers featured two new faces from Azam Tigers in their 2-0 victory against Max Bullets at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre after their pursuit of Cameroonian striker Lionel Assu reached conclusion and the club confirmed he has signed the deal.
The Nomads used the match in their readiness for the 2015 TNM Super League which is expected to kick off on Saturday.
The blues scored their goals through Rafiq Mussa and Victor Mpinganjira.
Mpinganjira scored first from Jimmy Zakazaka assist, before Mussa nailed the last nail on Max Bullets coffin.
During the match, the Nomads featured Isaac Kaliati and Stanley Sanudi who have been drafted from Tigers.
On the bench, there was also another new recruit from Tigers Malumbo Gondwe.
Coach Elijah Kananji was delighted with the performance from his boys and stressed they are geared for the league.
“We are set for the league. The team is getting a good shape and will now be working on the players to gel and adapt to the new system,” said Kananji.
Meanwhile, Cameroonian based Asu has since signed a year contract with the Nomads ending speculations that he was demanding a lot of money.
His agent Prince Jere confirmed with Nyasa Times that Asu signed for the Nomads on Friday.
Jere, who refused to disclose the signing fee and salary said Asu was delighted to put pen to paper for the Nomads.
“He is so excited that he is now a Nomad,” said Jere.
The 21-year-old star had stints in Japan and Denmark. His last club is Kabinburi United of Thailand where he scored 12 goals in 22 matches in 2014 season.
The Nomads also roped in Civo United’s Jabulani Linje who has signed a pre contract.
The Nomads also have Nigerian trialist Olashipe James Tolulope.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :