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Malawi Flames Coaches Chamangwana & Chimodzi Finally collect their First Payment

Coaches Young Chimodzi and Jack ChamangwanaBlantyre, Malawi, January 5 (MaraviPost) Young Chimodzi and his assistant Jack Chamangwana, the two Malawi Flames coaches are relieved to have, for the first time since signing year-long contract extensions six months ago, felt what it means to get a monthly salary.

The two coaches on Wednesday separately confirmed receiving their January salaries having signed contracts last July. The Ministry of Youth and Sports faults FAM, where the coaches are seconded, for delaying approval of the coaches’ contracts.


Ghana Blackstars Asamoah GyanThe last quarter final pairing of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations has finally been decided, Ghana against Guinea on Sunday, 1 February 2015 at the Estadio de Malabo at 16H00 GMT.

Following the drawing of lots held today at 16H00 at the lounge of the Hilton Malabo, to separate Guinea and Mali who finished level on points (3 points apiece), with identical goal difference (goal scored and goals against).

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Malawian Female Referee Kwimbira to officiate at Algarve Cup in Portugal

Female RefereeBlantyre, January 12: Malawi’s top female assistant referee Bernadettar Kwimbira is expected to travel to Portugal to officiate games at the 22nd edition of this year's Algarve Cup from 4 to 11 March, 2015.

This is a 12 team event and participating teams are from Portugal, Brazil, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, USA, Japan and Sweden.

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TNM SMS promotion helps Bullets earn K9.3m

TNM Contest

 Malawi’s representatives in this year’s CAF Champions League competition emerged the top earner with K9.3 million in the Sapota Mapeto promotion, an SMS initiative by premier mobile network operator TNM aimed at assisting clubs achieve financial sustainability.

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Big Bullets smarting from Be Forward sponsorship rejection, Accuse Nyamilandu of aiding Nomads

Big BulletsBullets have hit back at critics over their failure to secure the much touted Be Forward sponsorship from a Japanese second hand car dealer. Bullets General Secretary Harold Fote dismissed allegations that the team’s proposal was not good enough to secure the sponsorship won by their rivals Wanderers at K70 million.

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