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Mighty Mufulira Wanderers promoted

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Mighty Mufulira Wanderers on Sunday ended a nine-year FAZ Super League exile after recording a 1-1 draw at Grinaker in Chililabombwe to win promotion back to the topflight league.

Second placed Wanderers who are tied on 64 points with Division One North leaders Forest Rangers have an assailable lead over third placed Kalulushi Modern Stars who have 60 points with a match left in the campaign.

Manfred Chabinga’s side has so far recorded 19 wins, seven draws and seven defeats scoring 38 goals while conceding 20.

Mighty last played in the Super League in 2005.

Wanderers’ promotion is expected to excite thousands of fans at home and abroad.

Meanwhile, Forest bounces back to the Super League after spending just a season in the lower division.

Mighty and Forest have joined Lusaka Dynamos and Nkwazi who have already won promotion from the Southern Division.

24 COMMENTS

  1. My Team finally is back where it belongs, the FAZ Super League. We will be putting on our Green and White attire now. Welcome Might Muf. Wanderers and please lets show them that we are MIGHTY.

  2. Wanderers welcome back to elite league.Be mindful of the competition in the MTN Premier league.You need to seal the loops where the technical bench will find it fit to replace the players for the sake of survival until you get used to the system of play.It has been a long time indeed.
    Take advantage of the players from the demoted teams from MTN League.That is my advice ….Born in Mufulira, grew up in Mufulira.Manfred Chabinga I salute you when we were playing football in Chililabombwe.We gave you the NICKNAME “Power” indeed you have used your power by coming to Elite League.

  3. Mighty is Mighty, nomba tukose bane we do not want to be tourists in this league, we want to be a permanent fixture as our birth right so demands

  4. My team our team your team is back.Adebayor for national team please….God bless mighty.
    Thanks to all mighty funs for your moral material and financial support.And lastly to the all mighty management and technical teams.

  5. We are proud of you Mighty our team. Congrats and please keep it up. Kindly do it the way Nkana did, continue fighting to avoid relegation. You are a big team and am sure better things are yet to come you.

  6. Congrats Mighty ! I am a Nkana supporter and I know how it feels like to be down there ! Now you have to re-inforce your team to ensure you stay up ( which I am sure you will ) !
    Once again congrats , “Mighty iwinechungulo “

  7. Our prayers have been answered. Mighty Mufulira Wanderers my home team is back to the Premier League. Congratulations! Ensure that you prepare adequately for stiffer competition next season.

  8. What can I say. We have waited for TOO long for this to happen, We always missed by a Bit but now we Are here, Thank YOU to all the supporters, Management but most of all to the PLAYERS for a job well done. We shall always be there for you.
    God Bless

  9. As a young man growing up in Ndola, I used to support Kabwe Warriors having starting my professional career in Kabwe. I had a horde of friends in Ndola all supporting Mufulira wanderers and I was an odd man out. Reading about Mufulira Wanderers brings a lot of good and bad memories. Good memories if Kabwe warriors beat them. It happened that most of Mufulira Wanderers supporters also supported Manchester United in UK. I hated Manchester United for this reason to the hilt. I welcome Mufulira Wanderers and the fans to super League.

    • Iwe Jethro I think I know you. because I was and still is a Mighty supporter (no longer a Man U supporter)who hated Warriors because they used to grab the cups we thought were given to us by God. I also hated Devil Devil because they had players who celebrated badly when they scored a goal at Shinde. awe bola yalelowa shilya nshiku

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