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Independence celebrations soccer match : Malawi 4 - Ireland 2

Malawi Ireland teamThe Malawian community in Ireland through the Association of Malawians living in Ireland [AMAI], on Sunday, 5 July 2015 held independence celebration activities marking 51 years since Malawi attained her independence on 6 July 1964.

Among the activities on the day were live music, open air barbeque and a friendly football match between Malawi and Ireland teams; which consisted of Irish nationals from within the Dublin area and Malawians living in various parts of Ireland.

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Malawi immigration pounces on Burundian expatriate coach

Nsanzarwimo RamadhanMalawi’s Immigration Department nabbed Burundian expatriate coach Nsanzarwimo Ramadhan for failing to comply with immigration regulations and continue working for the top league club Bullets FC without a work permit.

The Burundian was arrested at a lodge Blue Bird Motel where he is lodging but according to information from Bullets he has since been released on bail.

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Malawi Flames will play Uganda Cranes Monday 6 as part of Independence Day Celebrations

Malawi FlamesThe Malawi Flames will play a friendly against Uganda Cranes at Kamuzu Stadium in the commercial city of Blantyre on Monday July 6 as part of Malawi’s 51st independence celebrations.

Malawi caretaker Coach Ernest Mtawali who is doing all he can to get the position permanently said that all is set for the teams to play in a friendly game to celebrate the country’s independence.

Malawi Flames beat inexperienced Uganda Cranes 1 - 0

MtawaliMalawi Flames took advantage of an under-manned Uganda cranes team with many inexperienced players cobbled together quickly for the friendly.


Striker Chiukepo Msowoya’s goal at the death put an end to the dogged fight the flames faced from the inexperienced Ugandan side at the Kamuzu Banda Stadium in Blantyre on Malawi’s Independence Day.

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Japanese ladies given very little chance to win the World Cup in Canada today

Japanese strikerATLANTA, July 5, 2015 (MaraviPost): Japan's World Cup victory four years ago came as a big surprise to the USA who play a very aggressive style and depends more on physical prowess than skill.

Sunday's final will mark the third major tournament in a row in which the United States and Japan have met in the final. In the 2011 Women's World Cup final, the Nadeshiko twice rallied from a goal down to prevail 3-1 in a penalty shootout. A year later, the two sides contested the 2012 Olympic final with the Americans claiming gold with a 2-1 victory thanks to two Carli Lloyd goals.

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