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TNM league sponsorship raise to spur competition

TNM SponsershipThe TNM Super League sponsorship increase from K65 million to K90 by sponsors TNM, will bring a competitive edge to the league as the season is set to start this weekend.

TNM Chief Commercial Manager Daniel Makata announced on Tuesday during the press conference.

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TNM Increases Super League Sponsorship to K90 Million from K65 Million

TNM Superleague SponsorshipSponsors of Malawi’s top flag league TNM has today announced the increase of sponsorship from K65 million to K90 million representing a total of over 40 percent increase.

Unveiling this at press briefing held at TNM head office Blantyre, company’s Chief Commercial officer Dan Makata said his company was committed to uplift the development of football in the country.

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Tough day for Big Bullets draw seals their fate and sad news on the death of Chirambo

Bullets LoseBig Bullets are out of the 2015 CAF Champions League after a 1-1 draw with Sudan’s Al Hilal at the Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre earlier today.

The Bullets, whose defender Douglas Chirambo died a few hours before the game after a long illness, bowed out 5-1 on aggregate after being clobbered 4-0 in the first leg played in Khartoum.

Silver win battle to sign Kumwenda and Limbani

Silver StrikersSilver Strikers have won the battle to sign Bullets forward Tizgowere Kumwenda and Victor Limbani after meeting the terms required by their club Blantyre United.

Bullets used the players for the last time over the weekend when they played Moyale Barracks on Saturday in the GOtv Challenge Cup in Mzuzu and a friendly game against Blue Eagles on Sunday in Lilongwe.

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Tanzania Taifa stars score late to tie the Malawi Flames to 1 - 1 draw

FlamesWinger Micium Mhone, returning to the Flames squad after a long absence, reportedly deflected in a shot to put the visitors ahead in the first half.

Taifa Stars striker and Goal Player of the Year 2014, Mbwana Samatta scored a late equalizer to make sure that Taifa Stars didn’t lose in front of the home crowd on Saturday.

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