Nomads handed crucial CAF Champions League draw

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…Masters Security pitted against Atletico Petrouse

Be Forward Wanderers must negotiate their way past 2014 CAF Champions League finalists AS Vita of the Democratic Republic of Congo if they are to reach the next phase of Africa’ biggest football competition.

This follows a draw which was conducted on Wednesday at Confederations African Football (CAF) headquarters in Egypt.

Be Forward Wanderers

Nomads drawn against AS Vita.

The Lali Lubani boys will start from the preliminary round before progressing to the group stages.

The DRC side was the first team in the 50-year history of the premier African club football competition to win a semi-final tie after taking a 2-1 first-leg lead before completing the mission at their backyard.

Wanderers are on the verge of winning this year’ TNM Super League for the first time in years.

In the confederation’s cup, Masters Security will start their campaign away against Atletico Petrouse of Angola.

The last time Malawi had a representative in the continental competition was in 2014 when Nyasa Big Bullets reached the second round of the preliminary stage before being eliminated by Al Hilal of Sudan.

In 2004, Bullets made Malawi proud when they reached the quarterfinals of the competition.

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  1. neba ku squad yomwe ulinayo plz onjenzela mphamvu ma defenders ochinya CAF si zachibwana timawinela Caf yapitayi mmmm muli akatundu oti mayiko awo African cup apita apitaso zabwino zonse ine ndi wa bb koma zimene wachita neba ndi mtengo wa patali Komanso zabwino zonse Masters security naweso panga boost squad plz mwayika Malawi pa Map

  2. A bullets ndinu otani? noma ikukuimilirani ku CAF monga inunso munatiimilira mbuyomu ndikuphedwa 7 kwa 1 ndi Enyimba ya ku Nigeria. Koma sitinakunyozeni pano ndiye mwayambiratu kunyoza osamatero ndife a modzi a Malawi

  3. Kumeneko zanu za chamba zija nde kulibe zothira mafuta ankhumba.kma aaa zabwino zonse basi mwina ulaweko nanga mpaka 50+ yrs osalawako shame on u

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