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Flames lose 0 - 2 to Zambia as Chamangwana admits squad was undermanned

Jack and YoungMalawi Flames lost a friendly match Sunday to Zambia continuing with their inconsistent play as a senior team official admitted the Flames lost because "Zambia featured a stronger side". 

Jack Chamangwana who was known for his defensive prowess downing number 5 for the Flames and mighty nomads in his heydays should have been the last to state "we were underdogs". 

 Many in Malawi knew that the bus headed for Zambia was packed with under achievers, a fact that Jack Chamangwana and coach Chimodzi were hired to resolve.

Its official! High flying Mzuni FC whips Moyale Barracks 3-2: Malawi TNM Super League

Mzuni FC celebrating after beating Moyale FCMZUZU(MaraviPost)—

MZUZU(MaraviPost)—When Mzuni FC lost to Silver Strikers 2-0 last weekend, football analysts on Malawi’s popular radio, Zodiak Broadcasting station, stated that Mzuni FC is a good team and that it has come to stay in the super league of Malawi. These football pundits seem to have good judgment of the game as the Luwinga based intellectuals went on to whip the mighty Moyale Barracks FC 3-2 at Mzuzu Stadium on Sunday.

Former Bullets FC Godfrey Masonda set to return to pitch after serious heart illness scare

Godfrey MasondaFormer Bullets FC Godfrey Masonda is set to revive his career after overcoming a leaky heart valve illness.

Masonda is set to revive his career at Super League rookies and the team’s Technical Director Peter Mponda has confirmed that the ace striker would be given a platform to revive his career.

Mzuni FC stamps its authority in TNM super league after beating EPAC FC 1-0

Mzuni FC

LILONGWE, CIVO STADIUM(MaraviPost)—Mzuzu University Football Club, the one and only University team in Malawi playing in Malawi’s top flight league, TNM Super League— has proved why it deserves to play in the super League of Malawi today after beating EPAC FC 1—0 at CIVO Stadium in Malawi's capital Lilongwe.

Cameroonian Footballer signs for Malawi's mighty Nomads

TNM Super LeagueMighty Be Forward Wanderers have at long agreed to sign Cameroonian Lionel Atsu after paying a signing on fee of K1.4 million on Friday. 

Assu’s agent Prince Jere confirmed that the player signed a one year contract with the Lai Lubani Road oufit. 

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