Be Forward Wanderers Captain, Josephy Kamwendo, has started light training after being ruled out for two weeks due to an injury. Kamwendo suffered a hamstring injury when the Nomads drew one-all against their arch rivals, Nyasa Big Bullets, in a TNM Super League second-round match at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe recently. Wanderers Team Doctor, Samuel Matukuta, said Kamwendo, who missed Sunday’s league match against Azam Tigers at Chilomoni Stadium in Blantyre, was available for selection.
Nyasa Big Bullets’ state-of-the-art Marcopolo bus is expected to arrive in the country Friday from South Africa, the club’s interim General Secretary, Albert Chigoga, has confirmed. Chigoga said the team’s representatives—Chairperson Noel Lipipa, Supporters Committee Chairperson Stone Mwamadi and his secretary Mabvuto Chibambo, and Chingeni Kadammanja were in South Africa to collect the bus. “This symbolises that the team has made tremendous progress.
Karonga United are in every sense of the word underdogs. They play in second-tier league and are playing away, hence go into this afternoon’s cup match against Nyasa Big Bullets like the biblical David challenging Goliath. Despite being minnows, Karonga have, ahead of this afternoon’s Fisd Challenge Cup round-of-16 contest at Chilomoni Stadium in Blantyre, drawn inspiration from their last season’s giant-killing antic when they stunned Bullets 1-0 in a TNM Super League match at Mzuzu Stadium.
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Selecting a term
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