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Task not difficult, says Eddingtone Ng’onamo

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Be Forward Wanderers coach, Eddingtone Ng’onamo, says he is not worried by the five-game ultimatum which the Nomads technical panel has been given.

Wanderers’ officials resolved to give the panel a challenge to either win five games or face the chop.

This follows an unpleasant journey in the TNM Super League where Wanderers dropped four points last week after drawing with Karonga United (0-0) and Moyale Barracks (2-2).

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Ng’onamo said the task would inspire the technical panel to deliver the goods.

“This is not strange.

Sometime back, I came to Wanderers when the team was in a crisis and I turned things around. This is no different. I will change things with the help of my colleagues,” he said.

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The former Nyasa Big Bullets mentor, who also worked at Football Association of Malawi as Technical Director, said he had noted areas requiring improvement.

“However, this is not for public consumption. We will tackle it within our own boundaries,” he said.

Ng’onamo, who was a Youth Development Officer at Wanderers before being elevated to head coach, said he enjoys a cordial working relationship with his predecessor, Jack Chamangwana.

“We are all professionals and our mission is to help the team to deliver the goods,” he said.

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