Wanderers want to sell Mutharika bus to settle debts

The cash-strapped  Mighty Wanderers FC plan to sell the Higger bus which they got from immediate past president Peter Mutharika.

Gift for sale: Wanderers considers to selll bus

The Lali Lubani Road  outfit  want to ease financial woes  following the withdraw of sponsorship by Japanese used vehicle dealers Be Forward Limited.

Wanderers chairperson Simon Sikwese said selling the bus is the best option for their survival  but said the matter is currently under discussions.

“We will discuss this issue at length because we feel it makes sense to sell the bus so we can pay some debts,” said Sikwese on MBC Radio 2.

He said money realised from the sale of the bus would help  also to settle players upkeep allowances, pay training and game bonuses.

According to Sikwese, once the decision is approved, the club will advertise the sale of the bus.

Former president gave Nomads and their rivals Nyasa Big Bullets buses last year.

The two buses were bought from Rashy Motors in Blantyre at K125 million each.

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Jah
Jah
5 months ago

do fund raising osati kugulisa asset. Paja Malawi teams operate on katapila

guest
guest
5 months ago

Selling a bus (a gift) to pay off allowances and bonuses!! Seriously!! These are COVID times, management needs to adjust its operations. This is ridiculous. From now on, gifts should be “on loan”, so they cant be sold. Or come with conditions – that it will not be re-sold. Same goes for tractors bought with govt funds for poor farmers!!

braveheart
6 months ago

Shame!

Lego
6 months ago

Thats a wrong move.The problem of giving power to people who have no interest on football affairs.How can you sell a gift?After selling the bus what will be the next move?

mtete
mtete
6 months ago

This is the result of running a football club on handouts. For how long has the Club been in existence, holed up in that derlicit corner off Lali Lubani and with no football ground?
It’s time clubs started operating commercially , as a business.

Thako Lamuchekukulu Lanunkha
Reply to  mtete

After selling the bus what next? Chicken heads with no brains

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
6 months ago

Kikikikiiiiiii, kapinyolitseni kwa mutharika.

Mosese
Mosese
6 months ago

Osangulisa bus pezani njira yoti musovere mvutolo olo tengani bus ipite paseu idzipanga ndilama mulembe oyendetsa wokhazikika ndilama ipezwka komaso Inu akumipapando tathamangani kwa athu akufuna kwabwino kuti team izipitilira ngati mukulephera kunganiza tapitani kwa azanu akuthandizeni zeru

Kanyimbi
Kanyimbi
6 months ago

It only in Malawi that football fails to generate money. How much does a Wonderers match fetch? The team has many players, why can’t the other players be used in friendly matches just for the sake of generating income? But you will see a team with 33 players, only using 15 players and the other 18 players receiving free salary, then you complain of lack of salaries.

Ziliko
Ziliko
6 months ago

Sale the board of trustees

Concerned Bonafide Malawian
Concerned Bonafide Malawian
6 months ago
Reply to  Ziliko

Kuganiza kwabwanji uku? Ndakukonda kuganiza uku kuli ndi great insights….Hahahahaha

Jonas
Jonas
6 months ago

When the proceeds of the bus sale finish they will start selling players boots, socks, chin pads, sweat bands and then ??????…..think outside the box Ma Noma….

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