Amos Bello returns to training


TNM Super League leaders, Be Forward Wanderers, have welcomed back Nigerian striker Amos Bello from injury.

However, the Nomads are still sweating over the recovery of another injured striker, Ishmael Thindwa.

As if by design, both players sustained knee injuries at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe, but during separate matches.


Bello picked up his injury in an Airtel Top 8 match against Kamuzu Barracks whereas Thindwa sustained his while on duty with the Flames against Madagascar in May.

Wanderers Team Manager, Steve Madeira, said Bello returned to training two weeks ago and has been steadily regaining fitness.

“I can confirm that Bello is back. He started some light training two weeks ago and is doing well. He should be ready for action any time now,” he said.


On Thindwa, Madeira said the former Zimbabwe’s Caps United goal-poacher will undergo a scan on his problematic knee at Beit Cure International Hospital in Blantyre.

“We are doing all we can to have Thindwa back in our team. But he has to recover first. The league campaign has heated up and we must have all our best players,” Madeira said.

With the Super League in its second-round and the last cup competition (Fisd Challenge) kicking off this weekend, Thindwa will be in a race against time to recover before the season ends.

The former Epac target-man’s career has been injury-prone since he moved to the Zimbabwean top side, and has not been a regular at Wanderers because of his recurring injuries.

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