And the poor run of form for the Nomads continue and this time around they have savaged two points from a possible six in their Northern region sojourn after another draw against Moyale Barracks on Monday.
Be Forward Wanderers saw Moyale beat up their two goal lead with a few minutes before the final whistle.
This was after the Nomads were held to a goalless draw against rookies Karonga United-a result the Lali Lubani blamed on the referee.
But they were now looking out for a second win in the league this time around against Moyale and with just a minute of play they had lead through Isaac Kaliati’s goal.
The Nomads kept attacking and for Moyale to settle the affairs it proved hard with Nomads goalie Peter Munthali living up to his task and saved his side from conceding until half time.
In the second half, it was all a scrappy play and a the Nomads had another opportunity to increase the lead. This time they were awarded a penalty after Peter Wadabwa was handled by towering Moyale defenders in the box.
Wadabwa beat Juma Chikwenga in goals for Moyale and it all looked like the Nomads had won it until close to ten minutes when the soldiers scored through a Lloyd Njaliwa strike. He beat Munthali at the near post and the soldiers earned a lifeline.
They had kept on attacking and no wonder with just close to two minutes to play they got a penalty after a scrappy play by the Nomads defenders led to a foul on a Moyale forward.
And standing on to take the spot kick was Khuda Muyawa who all managed to score against a confident looking Munthali and the game all looked to be killed off for the Nomads.
Speaking to the media after the match Nomads team manager Steve Madeira started by sending an apology to the Nomads fans.
”On this one we say sorry to our fans. We had comfortably scored two goals and we though we have won it. I certainly believe that complacency cost us all this.” he said.
The Nomads have come under fire for losing concentration in the last minutes of every match with examples from the game against Mafco a few weeks ago as they got beaten 2-3 with Mafco sealing the winner with just less than three minutes left.
They were also forced to a 4-3 win over Red Lions in a Presidential Cup clash and the Zomba based side scored all the three goals in the last ten minutes before hitting the post-a goal which would have forced the match into penalties.
The Nomads had then apologized after these results to the fans.
With the result the Nomads lie on position 9 with eight points and Moyale are on position 6 with eleven points.