Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has postponed Be Forward Wanderers’ match against Mzuni to allow the Nomads to travel to Mozambique for an international match against Quelimane City.
The match will be played on Monday as part of the Mozambican city’s 75th anniversary celebrations.
Wanderers were due to play their TNM Super League match against Mzuni on Sunday at Mzuzu Stadium.
Sulom General Secretary, Williams Banda, confirmed the development.
Wanderers Team Manager, Steve Madeira, thanked Sulom for allowing them to travel, saying the players will gain international exposure.
“We will leave on Saturday (tomorrow) morning and we are looking forward to representing Blantyre and Malawi as a whole. We will take a strong team so that we come back home with a great result,” Madeira said.
Wanderers were chosen by Blantyre City Council to accompany Mayor, Wild Ndipo, on the trip aimed at strengthening ties between the two cities.
The Nomads/Mzuni match has since been shifted to August 27, a day after the Lali Lubani Road side takes on Moyale in a semi-final match of the Carlsberg Cup.
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