Wizards beat Nyasa Bullets, hold Wanderers ahead of play-offs
In their quest to prepare for the play offs, Wizards FC beat Nyasa Bullets before drawing against Mighty Be Forward Wanderers in a friendly encounters on Wednesday at Moneymen Ground in Blantyre.
The rookies beat Bullets 3-2 in the morning before drawing 1-1 with Wanderers in the afternoon.
In both matches, Wizards displayed good passing football to the marvel of a few spectators that watched the games.
Wizards coach Peter Mponda was impressed with his players and described their performance encouraging ahead of the play-offs scheduled to be held at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe from March 11-13.
Wizards will compete against Airborne Rangers and Dedza Young Soccer.
Mponda hailed his players for their fighting hard spirit during the friendly matches.
He said it was nota joke to play against Bullets and a few hours later to line-up against Wanderers.
“We are talking of two big teams in the country. Beating another one before drawing with the other one on a single day is not a joke. This shows how hungry for victory my boys are,” said Mponda.
Mponda said he has a good squad capable of returning to the Super League despite selling a bulk of his first eleven players.
For instance, Wizards sold Ernest Tambe and Rafik Namwera to Be Forward Wanderers whereas Levison Maganizo, Mark Fodya, Thuso Paipi and Brighton Munthali have joined Silver Strikers.
Anayichita Bwino Bullets Imatanika
Aaaaaaa amangokulerani maphwanga mukaziona l city
U r just in tried
They played with Max Bullets not Nyasa Big Bullets
Amangokusiyani inu kut muone ngat ndnu olimba.