Malawi-sports speaking in a recent interview with Moyale Barracks Head Coach on his thoughts about the 2015 TNM Super League and his team’s poor performance has felt that it was mainly due to fatigue given that they have been busy and therefore had no time to rest.
Moyale lost 2-0 to Blue Eagles on Saturday at Nankhaka Stadium before losing again FC to Epac 2-1 on Sunday at Civo Stadium to return to the Northern Region empty handed.
“I think fatigue caught up with the players because we travelled from Dedza to Mzuzu last week and we only had two days of training before travelling to Lilongwe. It’s not easy to play four away consecutive games and football players are humans they do also get tired,” said Mhango.
Nonetheless, Mhango remains positive saying the team would return to winning ways soon.
“There is still a long way to go and I have faith in the players. Soon we will return to winning ways,”said Mhango.
Moyale first home fixture this season would be played on May 10 against rookies Mzuni FC at Mzuzu Stadium.
After the two losses, Moyale have four points from four games.