Mighty Mukuru Wanderers FC


Head Coach Mark Harrison has spoken to the Club Media ahead of TNM Super League clash against Kamuzu Barracks at Kasungu Stadium on Saturday. The Briton has given the latest on injuries, condition of the pitch and the Nomads’ level of preparedness.


On preparations for the match

“We have had no time to recover or prepare really, we moved straight from Dwangwa to Mponela. We had a recovery session on Thursday and we have trained on Friday afternoon ready for the game. The boys are in good spirits obviously; on the back of three straight wins we need to keep pushing now. We can’t get off the gas, we need to press on. It’s another tough game on Saturday. We are meeting a team similar to Mafco FC, very tough, very physical and making life difficult for you. We need to compete and match their physicality, take our chances when we get them. If we can get three points on Saturday, it will be a fantastic two weeks for us and then we can look forward to FDH next week.”


On the condition of Kasungu Stadium pitch


“It’s not good. It’s very hard, very bumpy and it’s going to be very difficult to play decent football there. It’s little bit like Karonga Stadium; just dry, not conducive for our style of play. But we need to adapt, I feel it’s going to be a game of direct football. If we are going to win the league and trophies, we have to adapt, there is nothing we can do.”


On injuries


“We are down to bare bones now. Lawrence [Chaziya] is out with hamstring having suffered during the game against Mafco FC. Chris [Kumwembe] is out with hamstring as well. Mphatso [Kamanga] is out with knee injury still and Adeleke [Kolawole] is still sidelined with a groin problem.” We will have to do with the available players.


The English tactician then called on supporters to keep pushing urging them to stay positive so as to keep the players in the game.


The Nomads travel to Kasungu Stadium on Saturday with the hope of increasing their tally to 31 points from the current 28. They are second to leaders to Silver Strikers FC who have the similar points but with a better goal advantage. As the first round comes to an end for the Lali Lubani Boys on Saturday, they have registered eight wins, four draws and two loses in the current campaign this far.



  1. All the best my lovely team… Work hard untill the final whistle we believe in you and if you believe in yourself too we can conquer and win it easily….

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