BLANTYRE (Malawi NewsNow) – Mighty Be Foward Wanderers coach Eliad Kananji has admitted he is looking to strengthen his squad with top-class additions after his side performance dipped from being league leaders to third position at the end of first round.
Kanannji, the successful mentor who helped Nomads arch rivals Big Bullets grabbing 2014 TNM Super League as well as Carlsberg Cup said he is not happy with the way his striking force is missing chances in most of the games.
“I am very worried with the striking force. We are wasting a lot of chances and I wonder why this is happening because we have done all it takes in sharpening the striking force,” said Kananji.
The Nomads have been big spenders at the start of the season but Kananji said he is looking for a transfer window to open to bolster his squad.
“I am ready to strengthen my team,” said Kananji.
“The depth of squad is important and I need an additional of some players who can help us achieve what we want to achieve,” he added.
Big Bullets are already first round winners of TNM Super League, they will go away with one million kwacha.