His side only managed to collect a point from the two games they played in the Super League last week at Chitowe Stadium against Mafco FC and Dwanga United.
But Be Forward Wanderers Team Manager Steve Madeira says the club failed to collect the much needed points due to anti-football tactics played by the two Central Region teams.
The Nomads were beaten 2-1 by Mafco FC on Saturday before firing blanks in their goalless draw against relegation threatened Dwanga United on Sunday.
And speaking to the media, the outspoken Madeira blasted the two teams for not coming to Chitowe Stadium to play football.
“It has been a painful trip for us but what we have observed is that our friends never came here to play football. From the look of things, it was Wanderers who came here to play.
“You saw what happened against Mafco FC on Saturday when they scored, they opted not to play in the second half by applying anti-football tactics so too with Dwangwa United so it was very difficult for us to grab maximum points in the two games and we only got a point against Dwangwa United,” he said.
Asked on his team’s chances of ending their Super League drought, Madeira said all is not lost.
“All is not lost and we can bounce back from this disappointing trip. It’s sad but that’s football, we will keep on fighting till the end of the season so let’s just wait and see what the future hold for us,” he explained.
The Nomads are on position 9 with 28 points from 19 games played so far this season and their next league assignment is a home match against sworn-rivals Big Bullets next week.