Mighty Be Forward Wanderers coach Jack Chamangwana has expressed concern over his team’s inability to score goals.
Wanderers once again struggled to impress in the build up to 2016 season as they played out a goalless friendly draw with Zomba United on Sunday.
The lack of consistency and fluency in Zomba came three days after an underwhelming performance in a 0-0 draw against Nsanama.
However, it was the Nomads front line that endured a frustrating spell on the pitch as they spurned a number of decent opportunities that were enough for the former Flames assistant coach to question his team’s inability to convert chances.
“We are failing to convert our clear cut chances into goals,” he said after the match.
“In our previous game we created 12 to 15 chances but we never converted them into goals and we did the same today creating 15 chances and convert none, which is quite a concern”.
Chamangwana however conceded that there is a lot of work to do to get their frontline ticking.
“We have to work hard to make sure that there is coordination in our team, we have to encourage our strikers that they should score goals and they must be well composed in front of the goal,” he said.
Wanderers’ next game is a charity shield encounter against their sworn rivals Nyasa Big Bullets who were beaten by Silver strikers in a high profile friendly match played over the weekend.