Be Forward Wanderers are back in town from Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where they went to play As Vita in the first-leg of the Caf Champions League.

The Nomads were clobbered 4-0 and the return match is expected to take place next week on Wednesday at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.

On arrival, Be Forward Wanderers team manager Steven Madeira said all is not lost and insist they can upset the tables in the second leg.

“The result was not what we expected but its now water under the bridge as we are now focusing on the return match,” said Madeira.

He said despite having a huge mountain to climb anything can happen in a game of football.

“We are back and this week we will be working on our weaknesses that we encountered in DRC.They are a good side and no doubt about that but we have to bounce back,”said Madeira.

The teams captain, Joseph Kamwendo said players failed to cope with the hostile environment in DRC.

“From the airport to the hotel and the venue of the match it was a hostile environment and some players failed to cope up with that.But now we will be playing at home infront of our fans.People should not expect us to concede goals the way we did it in DRC,”he said.

Instead Kamwendo has urged their fans to converge at BNS in their large numbers.

According to rankings,As vita is on number 6 in Africa.

They boosts of foreign based players from countries like Cameroon.

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