Wanderers left in turmoil over CAF participation

Be Forward Wanderers preparations for thier participation in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Champions League has suffered a huge setback as the club has suspended their training after their Japanese sponsors expressed concern over players’ frequent training boycotts.

Nomads sponsors Be Foreward from Japan concerned

It is understood that rJapanese car exporter Be Forward Limited demanded justification for the team’s CAF participation as players have boycotted training twice this month and they feel the development shows “lack of seriousness”  and is tarnishing their image.

Wanderers insist that the situation is not irretrievable, saying the club will sort the issue with the sponsors.

The club’s board of trustees chairperson Rashid ‘Rashy’ Gaffar confirmed the sponsor’s concern after Nomads players staged a sit-in on Tuesday demanding their share from the K15 million TNM Super League championship prize money, just three days after the prize presentation ceremony.

“The sponsors are not happy with the negative reports the club generates which is very unfortunate, but it’s not a big issue,” he said.

The Nomads’  kickoff CAF Champions League preliminary round first leg tie against AS Vita in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)  next week.

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Aithawa CAF awa akayesa chani


aithawa CAF awa

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People who lead us in this country keep on amusing me a lot. The sponsor is telling you he is not happy and points out problems and you brush that aside and think it’s not an issue. Ambuya ako ndani ako? There are 2 big problems here. The teams preps are at stake and may affect it’s performance in the entire competition and the sponsors may not have the interest to renew the contract after the current one expires.


Which leaders.? Please clarify and How does that have anything to do with our leaders?

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