Written by Arkangel Tembo
Malawi have been dealt another injury blow with news that defender Lucky Malata will miss Flames' Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers encounter against Algeria on Saturday at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.
Written by YAMIKANI SIMUTOWE
BLANTYRE (Maravipost)--Flames coach Young Chimodzi has justified Frank 'Gabadinho' Mhango's inclusion in the senior team ahead of 2015 Afcon Group B encounter against Algeria.
Written by MANENO CHIMULALA
BLANTYRE(MaraviPost)—As the battle for points in the TNM Super League this weekend, Big Bullets’ fans are caught in an awkward situation as they will be forced to support their rivals Mighty
Bullets will be in the central region battling it out with Airborne Rangers and Mafco at Chitowe Stadium and they are must win games for Bullets if they are to sustain their hopes of winning the league
considering that they are three points adrift leaders Moyale Barracks.
However, the win for Bullets will not be enough for them to claim first position. Bullets will have to pray for their rivals Mighty Wanderers to beat league leaders Moyale so that they should remain at 43 points.
Bullets have 40 points and they will be at 46 points if they have successful tour in the central region to claim the driving seat in the league but that will depend on the outcome from Mzuzu Stadium.
Meanwhile, Coach Elia Kananji has said the team would not be affected by their two losses in BeForward to Silver Strikers in semi-finals and the Nomads in third place play offs.
“The BeForward tournament and the Super League are two different things. We are focusing all our energy on the Super League title.The two games in Chitowe are indeed very crucial in our title fight. We
need maximum points,” said Kananji in an interview with the Daily Times.
Bullets beat Airborne 3-0 at Kamuzu Stadium in first round but lost to
the soldiers in Standard Bank Cup.
Mafco on the other hand, held Bullets at Kamuzu Stadium in first round
LOG TABLE: TOP 5
Team Points Games played
Moyale Barracks 43 20
Blue Eagles 40 20
Big Bullets 40 19
Red Lions 32 20
Civo United 31 20
Written by EltasZone
Algeria coach Christian Gourcuff called 24 players for the 2015 CAN qualifiers against Malawi, APS reported on Monday (September 29th).
The Greens lead Group B with six points. They will travel on October 11th to Blantyre. The return leg is set for October 15th in Blida. Mali and Malawi have 3 points each with advantage going to Mali on goal differential. Ethiopia trails with 0 points.
Written by MARAVI POST CORRESPONDENT
BLANTYRE (Maravipost)--The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has called nine foreign based players to join Flames camp in preparation of their 2015 Group B Afcon qualifier against Algeria on October 11 at Kamuzu stadium in Blantyre.
The players, playing trade mainly in South Africa and Mozambique, should join Flames camp on October 6, according to Fam Chief Executive Officer, Suzyo Nyirenda.
They Harry Nyirenda, Limbikani Mzava, Robert Ng'ambi, Robin Ngalande, Josephy Kamwendo, Atusaye Nyondo, Chiukepo Msowoya, Chimango Kayira and Frank Gabadihno Mhango
Meanwhile, Flames coach Young Chimodzi and Technical Director John Kaputa are in Cairo, Egypt attending the FIFA/CAF Conference for National Coaches and Technical Directors.
The conference, organised by FIFA in partnership with CAF which started Tuesday, seeks to discuss the technical and tactical analysis of the 2014 Brazil World Cup competition, which had five African representatives namely; Algeria, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana and Nigeria.
Participants will also be taken through topics such as the Trends in modern football and its impact for coaching and training as well as medical matters at the World Cup and beyond.