Super League giants Be Forward Wanderers have reverted to their traditional blue and white colours five years after adopting sponsors’ orange and black colours.
The Nomads changed to orange an black in 2015 after securing sponsorship from the Japanese car sellers.
Wanderers general secretary Victor Maunde said the shift to the traditional colours was done with the sponsors’ blessings.
The GS said the change has regain their lost glory as one of the country’s top sides.come at the right time as the Nomads were set to
“I would like, in a special way, to thank our sponsors for seeing it fit to bring back our loved colours. I would like to assure them that the coming in of blue and white colours will ignite the passion of both the players and the supporters and that will help us conquer Malawi football this season.
“We are very much excited, as you are aware that blue and white is our traditional colours. The coming back of it has brought smiles on the faces of our supporters and there will be fireworks this season,” he said.
Zingwangwa-based supporter Byson Jailosi thanked Wanderers executive for convincing the sponsors to allow the team use their traditional blue and white colours.
“This is a dream come true. It was awkward to see supporters in blue and white while the players were wearing orange uniforms. We love our colours and we are excited to have them back,” he said.
The Nomads finished the 2019 season without a trophy, after letting rivals Nyasa Big Bullets leapfrog them despite leading the table for a good part of the season.