By Williams Gondwa:
Masters Coach, Abasi Makawa, said even though they booted out defending champions, Nyasa Big Bullets they would work extra hard so as to win their first top-flight cup.
“We had our first training session here in Blantyre on Tuesday. We have started on a high and the boys are determined to make history,” Makawa said.
Wanderers Technical Director, Yasin Osman, said their preparations are on track.
“Of course, we defeated them but this is a cup final and we need to be careful. We came from behind to force a 1-1 draw against them at Dedza Stadium in a league match and it shows that they have improved quite a lot.Advertisement
“They have good players who were at Wanderers and Bullets. They also have foreign players; so, we need to work hard if we are to lift the cup,” Osman said.
Last year, the Nomads failed to defend the cup after losing to Bullets on post-match penalties at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.
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