Mighty Wanderers Assistant Coach Joseph Kamwendo has said the team must strive to win home games to compete for the TNM Super League championship.
Kamwendo made the remarks after Wanderers lost 1-2 to Kamuzu Barracks (KB) at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday.
Defenders Miracle Gabeya and Bongani Kaipa committed kindergarten mistakes to gift KB’s striker Kelvin Hanganda goals whereas Adeleke Kalawoke scored Wanderers’ face-saver.
Kamwendo said Wanderers paid the price of their lackadaisical approach and inconsistency.
“Both Gabeya and Bongani are experienced players; they should have done better. We cannot hand them goals like that and get away with it.
“We need to be consistent to move forward. We did not play well today and, yet we are supposed to be winning home games,” he said.
Following the defeat, Wanderers lie on position five with 10 points from six games whereas leaders Blue Eagles have 19 points from seven matches.
This week, Wanderers have a tricky assignment against Silver Strikers, who lost to Eagles 1-0. The Bankers are on position 10 with eight points from six games.