Be Forward Wanderers winger, Isaac Kaliati, has returned to training, months after being ruled out due to illness.
The versatile midfielder missed the Caf Champions League encounter against the Democratic Republic of Congo’s AS Vita last month.
Kaliati’s last game for Wanderers was against Masters Security FC in November at Balaka Stadium in the TNM Super League.
Kaliati is set to play for the Nomads when they take part in the Fam Charity Shield Cup scheduled for April 1 in Lilongwe.
Wanderers Team Doctor, Samuel Matukuta, confirmed that Kaliati was now fit for action.
Matukuta added that striker Misheck Botomani, who pulled leg muscles, is making progress.
“He will resume training any day,” Matukuta said.
Midfielder Dan Kumwenda, who also suffered a groin injury during the second-leg of the Champions League game against Vita, has started light training.
The Nomads resumed training on Tuesday, two weeks after they were booted out of the Champions League after losing 6-1 on aggregate to Vita.
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