Be Forward Wanderers have said their expectation from new coach Yasin ‘Titch’ Osman is that he should try and win all the remaining TNM Super League games.
Osman and his assistant Bob Mpinganjira were hired last week by the Lali Lubani Road outfit, replacing fired Eddingtone Ng’onamo and Elia Kananji, respectively. They won their first match in charge against Civo United 2-1 at the weekend.
The Nomads’ general secretary Mike Butao said the two coaches will take the team up to the end of the season.
“Their immediate task is to arrest the decline and try to win each of the remaining games and see where we can finish at the end of the season.
“We are confident [they can achieve that] because we do not believe it cannot get worse than this. Wanderers cannot be in the bottom half of the log table with only 10 games left,” said Butao.
However, on his part Osman said no specific targets have been set for him.
“But we are still in contention and we shouldn’t be counted out because we have 30 points to fight for [before the weekend games] and we are eight points behind the leaders. So, we will fight to the very end and where we end up,” he said. n