Wanderers losing their marbles, ‘Neba’ calls for inquest

For Nyasa Big Bullets,  a final against Blue Eagles in the Airtel Top 8  beckons. For Be Forward Wanderers , only pain, recrimination and soul searching awaits.

The Wanderers inquest – where do they go from here?

A tough task to defend the TNM Super League as the Nomads are also on a distant 12th place on the  log table with eight points from six games, having won, lost and drawn twice each to cast doubt on the prospects of their title defence.

With reshuffle of technical panel where Yasin Osman moved from head coach to technical director, with new coach Bob Mpinganjira and his asssitant, young brother Albert having faced two consecutive defeats, how can Wanderers  recover and move forward and what are their areas for concern?

Wanderers Chairperson, Gift Mkandawire, said the club would hold a soul-searching meeting Monday  to find a solution to the team’s  poor results.

Mkandawire conceeded there is a problem at Wanderers a Club  that needs to be addressed.

Wanderers team manager Steve Madeira is hopeful the club will “recover and improve.”

And Osman also insisted that the team’s struggles are normal in football and they will ‘get over them’.

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5 years ago

system yakamenyetsedwe kumenyetsa striker mmodzi pali mzeru mukupanga defend chani? rubbish yokhayokha imeneyi

5 years ago

employ kinna phiri. mabvuto atha. he is the best coach available

5 years ago

solution:ma player onse amene tilinawo ngongole alipidwe or azipita,ma player aja amati akuchoka…and ife tinati ndi masenior player asapite..amene aja azipita chifukwa amakhala ngati ndiolimbikira koma amakhala akupanga sabotage team pokhumudwitsa azizawo cholinga management kuphatikizapo captain yilipoyi ioneke yosatha.

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