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Injury might affect Peter Wadabwa’s move

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Be Forward Wanderers’ top scorer, Peter Wadabwa, is putting fingers crossed on his move to Japan after being given a two weeks’ break due to an injury.

Wadabwa and his team mate Joseph Kamwendo are reportedly scheduled to leave for Japan next week.

In an interview yesterday, the former Thanda Royal Zulu player said he was praying for a quick recovery.

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“I am feeling better and it seems it is not a serious injury. I am optimistic that by the time, I will be scheduled to leave for Japan, there will be some improvement. I will wait for my doctor to advise me on whether I can go or not. I am optimistic that all will be ok,” Wadabwa said.

The former Escom United and Silver Strikers’ forward was substituted for Jafali Chande during the 3-0 demolition of arch rivals, Nyasa Big Bullets in the Luso TV Bus Ipite Bonanza at Kamuzu Stadium on December 26.

However, Nomads vice- Chairperson, Gift Mkandawire, said Wadabwa’s injury was not worrisome.

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Mkandawire said the two players’ deal is part of promotion of their sponsor, Be Forward Limited.

“We will get him good doctors to ensure his quick recovery as soon as possible so that he might travel to Japan,” Mkandawire said.

Apart from winning the bonanza, Nomads displayed classic football towards the end of the season to claim the Fisd Challenge Cup and Carlsberg Cup.

However, Wanderers finished sixth in the TNM Super League

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