Written by EltasZone Sports
Zimbabwe national football team was bailed out by Prophet Walter Magaya to enable them to travel to Malawi for a crucial Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.
Zimbabwe refused to travel to Malawi on Thursday as they were demanding their outstanding allowances from Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA).
Written by WELLINGTON TONI
The Warriors have failed to travel to Malawi for their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Group L qualifier after failing to get assurances that they will be paid their allowances and appearance fees.
The national team players checked out of their hotel in the afternoon but refused to board the team bus to the airport where they were due to board the Malawi Airways at 1610hrs.
Written by YAMIKANI SIMUTOWE
Zimbabwe coach Kalisto Pasuwa has named a 19 member senior national team squad ahead of Saturday’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Malawi in Blantyre.
The Warriors head coach selected 10 players plying their trade abroad including Nyasha Mushekwi who is currently making headlines with his goal scoring prowess in Sweden.
Written by MARAVIPOST SPORTS
Carlsberg Malawi, official sponsors of the Flames, on Wednesday stepped up the hype for Saturday’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Zimbabwe scheduled for Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre by donating 30 traveling bags and T-shirts to the players.
“As official sponsors, we are just fulfilling our obligation . We would like the team to look presentable.
Written by EltasZone
Flames assistant coach Jack Chamangwana said the friendly match against Egypt on Monday night would help them to polish up before their 2017 Afcon qualifying campaign opener with Zimbabwe on Saturday.
The Flames lost the match 2-1, but Chamangwana said it was important they played a strong side such as Egypt.