Wanderers promote one reserve player to senior team

With about two weeks  before the kick off of the TNM Super League, Be Forward Wanderers   have promoted one player  of their reserve side  into the senior team.

Aubrey Maloya in Nomads main team

Wanderers General Secretary, Victor Maunde  confirmed  that striker, Aubrey Maloya  is  the has been drafted into the senior team following  his  impressive performance.

“Maloya  has been outstanding with the reserve side for the past season and  he meets the grade  to feature for the senior team,” said Maunde.

On his part, Maloya said he was delighted to have been considered in the senior team and vowed to fight for his place .

“Iam so delighted because l have been waiting for this chance, and I  can promise that  I will not disappoint. I would like also to thank the coaches in the senior team for their faith in me,” said Maloya.

Meanwhile ,Maunde said the coaches are impressed with the performance of  two players, who are doing trials at Wanderers.

Strikers Mathews Sibale and Juma Yatini joined the Nomads last week and they featured in the just ended Ernegem International Bonanza.

So far, the Nomads roped in defender,  Lughano Kayira from Mzuzu Warriors.

The team also let other players like Zicco Mkanda, Peter Kansonga and Harry Nyirenda go.

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4 years ago

this is very good development

4 years ago

Really? Only one player?

menzo aka maides ge menard john
menzo aka maides ge menard john
4 years ago

Promote young players to senior team look at Bullets…

Kalulu Wadwala
4 years ago

Disband the team , the trustees and the executive. Wanderers must choose a model. This life long trustee thing is killing the team

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