Mighty Be Forward Wanderers are set to play a series of games in India this coming June two years after signing a lucrative deal with Japanese car maker, BeForward.
Wanderers popularly known as Nyerere will participate in Chief Minister’s Cup, a tournament whose champions pocket US$25,000 (around) MK17 Million.
The tournament is expected to start from June 24th to July 3rd, and Nomads will fly to Japan with an 18-man squad as requested by the organizers.
Team’s General Secretary Mike Butao said the tournament would provide a platform to young enthusiastic footballers and to encourage the spirit of competition.
“It also enables sporting teams around the world to come together and learn from each other. They (organizers) will pay for the expenses and at the moment we have written the Super League of Malawi (Sulom) informing them about the development,’ he said.
The Nomads remain upbeat that the trip will be a gateway for players to make international switches as the games are watched by scouts from a lot clubs who would want to sign players from Malawi.
Sulom general secretary Williams Banda confirmed to have received the Nomads’ invitation letter and is yet to will check whether the trip could not disrupt the progress of the TNM Super