Be Forward Wanderers risk facing a goal scoring drought as two of its key players are flying to Japan later today to play professional football in Japan league, Malawi24 can confirm.
Wanderers Vice General Secretary Christopher Kananji has confirmed that the Lali Lubani side will lose two of its key players who are flying to Japan today.
The two are bulldozer Peter Wadabwa and midfield maestro Joseph Kamwendo who have been very vital for the Nomads this campaign.
“It is true that Peter Wadabwa and Joseph Kamwendo will be leaving the country for Japan today where they are expected to play professional football in Japan,” Kananji was quoted by radio 2 FM as saying.
Kananji added that the Nomads will also export two or three players who will also go to Japan next month.
Malawi24 understands the deals are part of the agreements with sponsors, second hand car dealer, Be Forward.
“We are also remaining with three or two player who will also go to Japan from the Nomads camp next month,” he said.
Currently Wadabwa is the Nomads leading goalscorer in the Tnm super league with 16 goals and he has also finished as the top goalscorer in the just ended Fisd challenge cup which the Nomads won having defeated Kamuzu Barracks 4-3 on post match penalties.
Kamwendo returned to his former club in September this year having been released by his club TP Mazembe from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) left for Mozambique where he played for the last four months.
He has been vibrant on the midfield no wonder he helped his side win the Carlsberg Cup and the Fisd Challenge Cup.
The Nomads however continue the hunt for winning the top flight but have all the reasons to smile having bagged two trophies this year.
The team will start the life without the two this weekend when they take on Moyale Barracks at Balaka stadium in the 2016 Tnm super league.