By Lucky Millias
The Central Region Football Association Premier League side Ngwanje Football Club founder Mtendere Chilapondwa is optimistic that his side will do better in second round of Chipiku league and have chances of playing in TNM Super League next year.
The Ntchisi based team is among the teams who have qualified for the group stages after playing in premier league division just for one season.
According to the founder of the team said they are geared to perform well in the league and his target is to be the champions of Central Region Football Association Premier League and promoted to the elite league.
“Our mission was to play just a seaon in division one which we did and this time around we are targeting to play just a season again in primer league and next to paly in TNM super league. We hope we will make it,” he said.
However, Chilapondwa cited that they are planning to recruits some players as some have joined the TNM Super League gaints Ekwendeni Hammers Football Club.
According to the founder, despite losing three players, the team looks stronger but they will beef up the aquad before kick off of second round of Chipiku league.
“We cannot broke the future of our players if big teams need them and this is one of our mission to sell them to such big teams and it is not only such players who have joined Ekwendeni Hammers from Ngwanje as one is with the struggling side TN Stans namely Chisomo Sambani.
“We have to add other players especially the strikers and defenders and for this we are asking all players who want to play for Ngwanje Fc to come at Mtanila ground in Madisi, Dowa starting from Monday for the trials,” he says.
Mtendere has further asked people from Ntchisi to joins hands with him with any support as he is doing it for the love of football and trying to open opportunities for the players to fulfill they dreams to play in the big teams in the country as well as across the border.
“This team is coming from remote area of Ntchisi but look now, we have produced good players and I hope if we can work together with different people we can keep developing our football by producing plenty of quality players,” he narrated.
The Ntchisi ambassador in the Central Region Football Association Premier League finished on position three in Group A with 23 points after played 14 games.