Moçambola was in the fourth round when it was suspended by the President of the Republic of Mozambique, Filipe Nyusi. The championship that started on January 16th had to stop due to the situation in which the world lives.
In January, when the ball started to roll, it was possible to see the mixture of happiness and sadness of the fans because, although the league had a definition on the date that would start, the stands did not have (and still do not have) a date to receive football fans again.
The first game was already a spectacle, ENH Vilankulo won 4-1 by Ferroviário Nalaca and the best thing is that the games full of goals did not stop here. Only the next day, on January 17, 17 league goals were scored by coincidence.
With a little hope, the tournament grew and cheered many of the passionate, but only for four rounds. The president’s announcement left a concern in the air: Will the league return in 2021?
The fear is not unfounded, after having been postponed for a year, it was hoped that the entire championship could actually take place, with the greatest possible safety and without major problems. That’s not what the fans saw in the last week, but hopefully yes, the championship should return in early March with all its strength.
However, the players will be waiting to be able to train again, as it is not allowed at this time either. But to the delight of many fans, games from many countries continue and it is possible to bet on them directly at Betway .
The European, Brazilian and many other countries and continents championships are open. For example, the Brasileirão, the FA Cup among many others that can be seen on the Betway platform and that are still full of emotion.
Although Moçambola was postponed, emotions were also not lacking in these first rounds. Costa do Sol, the last champion, is now in fifth place, with two defeats and two victories. The team that is in first place is the Black Bulls, who took advantage of the good phase, adding three victories and a draw and 10 points in the general score.
The biggest concern of the coaches now is the possibility of Moçambola coexisting with the CAN games and the lack of preparation that the players of the national team will face when they are on the field. There are days and days without training and also without the study of passes and care that the coach, Luís Gonçalves must have with each player.
With Moçambola in progress it would be possible to take care of these two aspects, the players would be in shape and it would be possible to check their weaknesses after so long without seeing them play. From March 7th it will be possible to follow the rest of the tournament, which has a total of 26 days. But in the words of the national coach, the time between games will be very short, as they will face teams from Rwanda and Cape Verde at the end of March.