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Nomads drop five points

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Be Forward Wanderers dropped valuable five points on the road in the TNM Super League second round after returning from Dwangwa in Nkhotakota District with a meagre point from two games over the weekend.

The Nomads drew 0-0 against Dwangwa United on Sunday, a day after losing 1-2 to leaders, Mafco, at the same Chitowe Ground.

The ninth-placed Wanderers have 29 points from 19 points, eight points behind Mafco. Dwangwa’s tally is 16 points from 19 games while lying 15th on the log table.

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The Nomads’ Team Manager, Steve Madeira, told MBC Radio that his side did not deserve just a point.

“Several things need to change. From the two matches, we were the only team that wanted to play football. We still have a long way to go. There are 11 games and we are still in contention. We cannot throw in the towel,” Madeira said.

In another game, Manase Chiyesa’s goal pushed Kamuzu Barracks to fourth place with 34 points from 20 games, following a 1-0 win over Mzuni FC in Lilongwe, displacing Nyasa Big Bullets.

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At Kamuzu Stadium, Kelvin Katema’s goal handed Red Lions their first win of the second round after seeing off Azam Tigers 1-0 on Sunday. Lions rose from 14th place to 11th with 19 points from 19 games.

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