Mighty Mukuru Wanderers FC


Mighty Wanderers 2021 Limited who are the owners of Mighty Wanderers Reserve and Mighty Mukuru Wanderers FC have hinted at promoting some Mighty Wanderers Reserve players to Mighty Mukuru Wanderers FC in the 2024 season.

Speaking when he welcomed Mighty Wanderers Reserve on behalf of Club President, Dr Thomson Mpinganjira; Mighty Wanderers 2021 Limited’s Board Secretary, Chancy Gondwe said the Company has resolved to revert to its culture of relying on players from Reserve side. Said Gondwe, “for a long time, Wanderers has been synonymous with its culture of nurturing talent from the Reserve side and feeding it into the main team. In the recent past, this culture had died but the board has decided to renew the policy of relying on talent from our Reserve side.”

According to Gondwe, great players which Wanderers has ever produced were largely from the Youth and Reserve sides because when players pass through this process, they nurture passion and commitment for the Club. He then added that the Company will be promoting four to five players owing to their impressive performance having clinched the 13 Million Kwacha King Kabvina Champions Cup and the Nyasa Capital Finance Cup within a period of seven days.

Commenting on the victory in Mponela, Gondwe said the Club President is very much excited with what the Reserve side has achieved. “The President would have loved to welcome you boys himself but he has just travelled today. He has sent me to tell you that he is proud of you and that in 2024 he will invest more resources in the Reserve side. He has also promised that he will be hosting a luncheon for you within this week when he returns to Blantyre”, said Gondwe.

The Board Secretary also announced that following the win, the Club President has directed that all proceeds from the Cup, amounting to K3,500,000.00 should be shared amongst the players.

Speaking earlier, Captain for Wanderers Reserve, Felix Kamenya thanked the President and Management for the support rendered to his side.

Wanderers Reserve arrived in Blantyre on Monday from Mponela, Dowa where they beat Kalonga Rovers by a goal to zero to lift the 2023 edition of the 13 Million Kwacha King Kabvina Champions Cup. Eight days ago, The Junior Nomads also beat Ntaja United by three goals to one to lift the 2023 edition of the Southern Region Nyasa Capital Finance Cup.

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