Mighty Be Forward Wanderers head coach Jack Chamangwana has blamed Civo’s defensive tactics for his team’s failure to collect maximum points in the fourth week of the 2016 elite league season.
The Nomads drew against Civo in a match that took place at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on Saturday.
Chamangwana said his team failed to kill off Civo because they used negative tactics, and his players failed to break the defensive membrane of the visitors.
“Civo came to have a draw with us, as you saw they were all heaped at their back which made us fail to break it,” Chamangwana fumed.
The Lali lubani boys’ mentor said he introduced a new system as his wingers failed to click. “Our wingers weren’t active today, Kaliati and Chande didn’t make to their peak, but we are so sure to rectify all these problems,” said Chamangwana.
On his part, coach for the Lilongwe giants Milius Jegwe Pofera praised his players for their performance.
“We are satisfied to have a point on Mighty Wanderers as we put up a gallant fight,” Pofera Jegwe said.