Wanderers still searching for winning mentality, draw with Tigers

Mighty Wanderers FC  played reasonably well during Sunday’s match against Tigers FC but they still have so much to prove as their ambition to secure their second win  was checked by a stubborn Kau-Kau boys , who claimed a hard-fought point from a forgettable encounter at Kamuzu Stadium.

Not good enough: Assistant coach Albert Mpinganjira cools down a player

The  Nomads,  who have dropped two places above the relegation with seven points from seven games, came into the game off the back of two defeats, but were unable to find their way past the well-drilled and disciplined Tigers.

Coach for Wanderers Bob Mpinganjira said  coming from back-to-back defeats, it was important to avoid a defeat and get a clean sheet.

“We played better today and will move to get the winning mentality,” said Mpinganjira.

“We’re getting closer,” he added.

Tigers coach Trevor Kajawa said he was pleased with the draw.

Elsewhere, Kamuzu Barracks beat TN Starts 3-1 .

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Bondo Lamela
Bondo Lamela
1 month ago

Disband this team. The coaches are not fit . Wasting time .

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