Written by YAMIKANI SIMUTOWE -- MARAVIPOST
BLANTYRE (Maravipost)--Flames forward Frank G'abadinho' Mhango is optimistic of winning this season's PSL top scorer award in South Africa despite his slump in form.
The former Big Bullets player has told RSA's Kickoff Magazine that he determined to win the Golden Boot award this season after missing it by a whisker last season when it went to Kaizer Chiefs’ Bernard Parker.
Written by MANENO CHIMULALA - MARAVIPOST
BLANTYRE(MaraviPost)—Malawi Under-20 national team players Boston Kabango and Brighton Munthali have been spotted by the Democratic Republic of Congo top side TP Mazembe.
Munthali (goalkeeper) and Kabango (defender) were spotted by the DRC side when DR Congo Under-20 played Malawi in the Africa Youth Championship recently.
Written by MARAVIPOST SPORTS
BLANTYRE (Maravipost)--Malawi's Flames enterprising midfielder Robert Ng'ambi on Saturday missed Platinum Star's humiliating 3-1 defeat to Super Sport in Absa Premiership match due to a hamstring injury he suffered while playing for the Flames last Wednesday.
Written by MANENO CHIMULALA -- MARAVIPOST
BLANTYRE(MaraviPost)—Big Bullets came from behind twice to salvage a 2-all draw with Silver Strikers on Sunday in the country’s TNM Super League at the Kamuzu Stadium, wasting their chances again of displacing league leaders Moyale Barracks.
Silver led twice through goals in each half from Ndaziwona Chatsalira and substitute Mada Chiumia, but were pegged back by Henry Kabichi’s solo effort and Dalitso Sailesi late goal.
Written by MANENO CHIMULALA
BLANTYRE(MaraviPost)—Mighty Wanderers mentor Gerald Phiri, who endured insults last week after the team conceded a defeat to Azam Tigers, left Balaka Stadium on Saturday with a smile on his face after securing a deserving 1-0 victory over Blue Eagles in the TNM Super League.
Blue Eagles, who have 34 points, were poised to dislodge the Mzuzu based soldiers Moyale Barracks on the summit but the 30th goal from Cuthbert Kanyama Sineta was enough to shatter the Eagles’ dream of topping the league.
After displaying a slouch performance in the first half, Blue Eagles started the second half with more hunger for an equalizer and they came wave after wave in the Nomads half.
However, the Nomads remained resolute and successfully tamed the attacks through their solid defence which saw Francis Mlimbika producing a man-of-the-match performance.
The victory complements well with the promise of the newly appointed technical director Yasin Osman who vowed to reclaim the lost glory for the Rali Lubani Road boys.
Speaking after the match, Wanderers coach Phiri said he was happy with the win and thanked his charges for playing well.
Reacting to insults which he endured last week from the team's fans after being defeated by Tigers, Phiri said "As a coach, I'm used to such things."
Apart from denying the Lilongwe Eagles a chance to go top, the win has pushed the Nomads to position 8 on the log table of the country's elite league.
In other games, Silver Strikers whacked the struggling Blantyre United 3-1 at Kalulu Stadium. Peter Wadabwa, Chawanangwa Kawonga and Frank Banda scored for Silver.
In Mzuzu, Moyale drew 1-1 with Azam Tigers while Civo United beat Airborne Rangers 2-1 at the Chitowe Stadium.
Sunday’s fixture: Big Bullets VS Silver Strikers, Epac VS MAFCO, Blantyre United VS Blue Eagles, Karonga United VS Azam Tigers.