Be Forward Wanderers football club has taken advantage of the delay to kick off the 2020 season to hunt for a goalkeeper to replace Nenani Juwaya who left the club last year.
Juwaya left the nomads midway of the 2019 season to undergo Malawi Defence Force (MDF) training, leaving the club with only two goalkeepers namely Richard Chipuwa and William Thole.
Wanderers assistant coach Oscar Kaunda has emphasised the need for the club to find another good goalkeeper before the new season start to cover the gap left by Juwaya.
“We all know the kind of player Nenani Juwaya was to the club as he brought competition among his fellow goalkeepers. Now we only have two goalkeepers and with a total of 30 games to be played in the league plus a number of cup games, we need to have one more goalkeeper who can give depth to the squad.
“We are doing all possible means to look for the goalkeeper who should be equally good and we feel he can be found in the country as we are able to also find good players for other departments in the country,” said Kaunda.
Juwaya joined Wanderers from tigers and was part of the squad that helped the club win the super league in 2017 after 11 years and also won the FISD and Calsberg cups with the club.