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Nomads spy on Silver Strikers ahead of Carlsberg final

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Some members of Mighty Be Forward Wanderers technical panel were in Lilongwe on aspying mission on Sunday as Silver Strikers and Mafco clashed in the semifinals of the Carlsberg Cup at Civo Stadium.

Nomads assistant coach, Elijah Kananji, and Team Manager, Steve Madeira, were spotted from the VIP stands watching the clash which Silver won 3-1 to book a final berth against Wanderers.

When asked about his trip to the Lilongwe, Madeira sounded calm claiming he travelled to Capital City because he has passion for football.

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“I love watching football just like any other football fan,” he said.

During the game, Silver outclassed the soldiers with Duncan Nyoni and Victor Limbani on top of their game.

Silver progressed to their first-ever Carlsberg Cup final courtesy of Limbani’s brace and Mike Robert spectacular goal whereas Patrick Masanjala grabbed the consolation for the soldiers.

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Wanderers earned a hard, fought 1-0 win over Mangochi Police at Kamuzu Stadium. Ishmael Thindwa scored his first-ever competitive goal for Nomads.

In post-match interview, Silver assistant coach, Lovemore Fazili, said he anticipates an entertaining final against Wanderers on September 10, 2016 at Kamuzu Stadium.

“We play entertaining football just like Wanderers and I hope fans will watch one of the best football finals. But we are going to Blantyre to win the cup,” Fazili said.

This year’s competition was never shot of surprises as Mangochi were the only non-Super League side in the semifinals.

The Carlsberg Cup started in 2000 and Wanderers were inaugural winners

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