Written by FRANK PHIRI
Blantyre, February 16, 2015—TNM, the proud sponsors the Super League wishes to congratulate the Big Bullets Football Club for winning their first game of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) League Championship against Fomboni FC of the Comoros on February 15, 2015.
Written by Patrick Lunda MBC
Bullets FC have are on course to qualify for the next round in the Confederation of African Football after a vital 1-0 away win against Comoros in the preliminary round.
Super League of Malawi Young Player of the Season Tizgowere Kumwenda scored the only goal of the game to give Bullets an advantage in the return leg match in two weeks time.
Written by XAF
Goalkeeper Boubacar Barry scored the decisive goal as Ivory Coast ended a 23-year Africa Cup of Nations title drought by winning 9-8 on penalties after the final ended 0-0 following extra time.
Before netting, veteran Barry had set up the match-winning chance by diving to his left and pushing away a spot-kick from Ghana goalkeeper Razak Braimah.
Ivory Coast triumphed despite making a disastrous start to the 22-penalty climax with the first kick from Wilfried Bony hitting the crossbar and Junior Tallo firing the second spot kick wide.
Written by Arkangel Tembo MANA
Blantyre, February 11, 2015: Epac FC defender Tsanzo Dalio has said his heart beats for Mighty Be-Forward Wanderers and has disclosed he wants to play for the Nomads this season.
Dalio was recalled by Epac at the start of the 2014 TNM Super League second round after Nomads failed to settle transfer balance amounting to K1million.
Written by maravipost
Daley Blind came to Manchester United's rescue with a late goal as they salvaged a draw at West Ham.
Blind's injury-time strike cancelled out Cheikhou Kouyate's opener which had looked to give the hosts all three points.
Luke Shaw was sent off for the visitors late on for a second bookable offence.
The two dropped points for United sees them remain fourth in the Premier League - a point behind third-placed Southampton, while West Ham stay in eighth.