Be Forward Wanderers Team Manager Steve Madeira says his side won the 2017 TNM Super League championship for their former chairman George Chamangwana who died in July this year.
The Nomads on Saturday won the championship for the first time in 11 years after beating Masters Security 4-1 at Balaka Stadium.
Now speaking in a post-match interview, Madeira paid tribute to Chamangwana saying the players did it for the departed hero.
“We will never forget this day. We have won the championship for our late chairman George Chamangwana who started the mission but eventually, he was loved by God so today, we have won today for him,” he said.
A first half brace from Peter Wadabwa and lone strikes from Foster Namwera and Esau Kanyenda ensured that the Nomads were in for more celebrations.
The last time Wanderers won the Super League was in 2006 when TNM was launching the competition for the first time in the country.
Chamangwana died on 28th July after serving Wanderers for years as club chairman.