Nomads for postmortem


Be Forward Wanderers will hold a postmortem mid this month to decide on the technical panel and playing squad.

Wanderers won the Carlsberg Cup and finished fourth in the TNM Super League, which concluded on Sunday.

However, the team fell short of meeting the target which their sponsor, Be Forward Limited, set of at least, two trophies.


Local football pundits questioned the absence of an assistant coach to assist head coach Elia Kananji.

Already, Wanderers have been linked with Dedza Young Soccer coach Millias Pofera as a possible assistant.

Wanderers general secretary, Mike Butao, said the postmortem will help them address shortfalls encountered during the season.


“Obviously the absence of an assistant coach somehow affected the performance of the team. You need additional eyes to properly review the performance of the team. Elia was supposed to have an assistant coach,” he said.

“We have a squad of about 30 players and an extra five were out on loan. We need to see how many players we will sign this season. Perhaps, we will sign a few because last season we made about seven signings,” he said.

Butao also hailed the impact of technical director, Jack Chamangwana, had on the team.

“Of course we engaged him a bit late but he helped us to have that late surge,” he said.

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