Manoma, Salima sugar deal sealed

Mighty Wanderers Football club has announced that it has finalized its partial sponsorship deal with Salima Sugar Company.

The deal will see the sugar company bankroll the Nomads until the end of the season.

Wanderers’ chairperson chancy Gondwe says the two parties are expected to put pen to paper later this week.

Gondwe said the agreement is up to March next year before entering into a long-term sponsorship.

It's almost a done deal, as we have now finally agreed on the terms, we sat down drew the terms, and send them to Salima Sugar. We had time to go through the paper and signed their part possibly today or tomorrow, it's now a done deal. This is a boost as this is what we have been looking for it's a partial sponsorship the door will be open to other sponsors to come They are happy and accepted the terms of the sponsorship. We now urge all our supporters to buy the best natural sugar produced by Salima Sugar," said Gondwe.

Wanderers players to breathe a sigh of relief

Gondwe saluted Salima Sugar Company for bailing out the club.

On his part, Salima Sugar Company Secretary, Charles Thupi said now officially the partnership has officially started up to March.

"We will give them K60million for the remainder of the season. After that, we will sit down and discuss a new deal,” said Thupi.

Meanwhile, the Lali Lubani outfits FC have finally been registered as a limited liability company in a drive to step up their drive to turn commercial.

"We have a board of directors in place and at an appropriate time it shall be unveiled to the public," said Gondwe.

The board will be responsible for policy direction and that will lead to change of the clubs' structure and where we had an executive Committee running the operations of the club.