Apology Accepted: Numba forgives Wanderers fans
Sensational Zanaco head coach Numba has accepted an apology from the Mufulira Wanderers fans society following Sunday’s incident .
In an interview with the clubs media team, The bankers gaffer said he had already forgiven the people who insulted his late wife . He wentvon to say as a Christian forgiven who soever wronged him was a major part of his belief.
“I have already forgiven the people who were insulting my late wife and their apology is accepted. As a Christian and believer , I believe in forgiveness, whoever wronged me, I have put everything behind,” He said.
Some sections of Mighty Mufulira Wanderers fans ushered insults on the former Chipolopolo winger and his late wife which did sit well with him as he left the touch line just after 35 minutes.
His players went on to run riot and massacre Wanderers 6-1 with Zimbabwean midfielder Tafadzwa Rusike netting a hatrick.
The Wanderers Supporters society through their national Chairman George Katongo, however issued an apology to Numba and regretted the incident.
MUFULIRA WANDERERS FC – SUPPORTERS’ SOCIETY (MWFC-SS)
It is with deep regret that we unreservedly apologize to Coach Numba Mumba over unpalatable remarks attributed to our supporters.
We understand football as a unifier and we reject any actions suggesting otherwise.
Coach Numba is a senior figure in our game and must be treated with due respect. The respect which he has earned both as a player and coach
It’s in this same light that we implore our fans, far and wide, to practice maximum restraint even in our bad patch.
As SS, we are continually engaging our leadership at the Club to resolve the many challenges that seem to be weighing us down.
We are hopeful that Maite will rise again and be counted among the greatest in Zambia and beyond.
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