BE Forward Wanderers were in high spirits as they trained at Mzuzu Stadium before tomorrow’s Calsberg Cup Semifinal Clash against Moyale Barracks at the same venue tomorrow.
The team has just arrived from Mozambique in where they went to play against Quelimance Select as part of the city’s 75th Anniversary celebrations.
In an interview with this website, Wanderers Team Manager Steve Madeira said the trip to Mozambique was part of the team building exercise which has contributed to the positive mood ahead of the Moyale clash.
“We went to mozambique as part of our team building exercise. We were away for 4 days, relaxed at the beach, playing volley in the sand – their was so much fun. We took so many positives in the game we lost [against] Quelimane Select.
“The mood is really well and good. The boys are now mentally and physically ready. Moyale will be a tough match. We don’t have to go into this match dwelling so much on the two previous results against them then we will be making a mistake. We will aproach this game as if we lost in our last meeting and we itching for a revenge,” he said.
Madeira therefore thanked the entire Nyerere family for their priceless support to the team.
He added: “Special mention should go to the people who work behind the scenes. People at the office, administration, the executive, the trustees, the sponsors, our parents, our wives and the supporters. They help us to do well in everything. We don’t take their support for granted. We are doing this together with them.”