Be Forward Wanderers striker Amos Bello has said he is ready to mend fences with the club. The Nigerian was quoted on Malawi Broadcasting Corporation’s (MBC) Breakfast Show Sports programme yesterday as saying he has no intention to quit the Nomads.
Bello is entangled in a contractual dispute with the Nomads as he was hesitant to renew his contract unless his package was enhanced. A few weeks ago, he was spotted at Silver Strikers’ base in Lilongwe and the Bankers claimed he expressed interest to join the side but they snubbed him.
“There were just some misunderstandings between myself and Wanderers concerning my contract but now I have been assured that I will be sorted out before the new season starts,” Bello said.
“I will stay put at Wanderers and I will fight to keep my place in the squad.”
On his part, Wanderers general secretary Mike Butao said there was nothing complicated with Bello’s contract because none of the players they signed is leaving.
Bello became a household name at Nomads after taking the 2016 Super League opening games by storm.
But recently, he was reduced to third-choice striker following splendid performance of the club’s Player of the Season Peter Wadabwa, who formed lethal attacking force with Jimmy Zakazaka.