Be Forward Wanderers' new executive committee is set to meet for the first time on Wednesday where they will set new plans for their two-year tenure.
According to the team’s general secretary, Victor Maunde, one of the agenda during the meeting is to find a replacement for the team manager since he is the one who occupied the position before being elected into the main committee.
“There are a lot of issues to be discussed. We will also tackle the issue of players whose contracts expired and needs to be renewed and those that we will offload. So, I hope by the end of the meeting I will come back with the resolution,” Maunde said.
During the polls, the outgoing treasurer, Robert Mbedza presented his financial report where he admitted mismanagement of funds that accumulated to the K200 million debt.
Newly-elected chairperson, Symon Sikwese said in an interview that they would look at the report and map the way forward in working on the financial mess.
The Nomads regrouped on Monday in preparation for the new season this year without team manager.
Unconfirmed rumours indicate the team is eyeing the return of its former manager, Stevie Madeira on the post.
Madeira resigned last season, paving way for Maunde.
He was set to contest with Maunde on the general secretary post but withdrew citing personal reasons.
He told Kulinji.com that he would concentrate on his personal business.
Wanderers finished as runners-up to Nyasa Big Bullets in the TNM Super League.
They also finished the season empty after being booted out of the FISD and Airtel Cups.