Mighty Mukuru Wanderers FC


Mark Harrison believes he had a better side on Saturday afternoon but the condition of the pitch at Karonga Stadium frustrated efforts by his men.

On his analysis of the game

Look it wasn’t easy week you know. Two games away from home; one in Mzuzu and one here [Karonga]. I thought today we were a better team by far again. It was hard to create anything on this pitch. When we got to the final third, to get a good delivery in the box or get a shot on goal it was very difficult. You know what they [players] do is just kick [the ball], chase it, hoof it with the hope to steal a goal. I mean this field doesn’t bring any football here. You know we tried, by far we were the best team their players were just falling and chasing the tails all day long.

On the performance of his players

Our players are having a different mindset these days. We are picking up momentum now. We have got twelve games to go and it’s going to be a good battle to the end of the season to see who wins the league. We are pushing now and the players have a good mindset like I have said.

With the draw, the Lali Lubani Boys have leapfrogged to the second spot on the league table with 33 points to their tally and just a point adrift of league leaders FCB Nyasa Big Bullets FC. The Nomads will now shift their focus to their next encounter against Blue Eagles in Lilongwe on Saturday.



  1. Our boys tried there level best, as the coach is saying the momentum is high right now, let’s make sure we correct the much needed points in the next assignments

  2. It was indeed a great game and our boys played with a winning mentority.
    They must keep up the good work

  3. Exactly what the coach has said is the reason why our team is failing to collect maximum point. Still more we are facing a wounded Blue Eagles this Saturday. My advice to prayers please please go there with the heart ❤️ of getting the full point.

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