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Big Bullets triumph over Mighty Be Forward Wanderers in Blantyre derby

Big BulletsBullets overcame a spirited Mighty Be Forward Wanderers with a 2-1 victory in the TNM Super League at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre. 

Bullets were on the back foot for a good part of the game after messing up a chance within the first minute.

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Malawi Flames camp Sunday in readiness for the Uganda Cranes

Malawi FlamesMalawi national football team will camp on Sunday after caretaker coach Ernest Mtawali named a 25-man squad for a friendly game against Uganda on July 6 as part of independence celebrations at Kamuzu Stadium.


Mtawali has recalled Sankhani Mkandawire, Chiukepo Msowoya, Dave Banda and Mozambican based professional goalkeeper Simplex Nthala but there is no room for another Mozambique based professional goalkeeper Charles Swine who has part of the Cosafa team.

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Mzuni FC officials, fed up with mediocre officiation, hint on adopting Chitowe stadium as home ground

Mzuni Football ClubThe Mzuzu based TNM super league rookies, Mzuzu University Football Club fondly known as The Green Intellectuals have launched an official complaint to Super League of Malawi (Sulom), a body which runs the top flight league in the country over poor officiation by a Mzuzu based referee.

Mtawali names Flames squad for Uganda match

MtawaliFlames caretaker coach Ernest Mtawali has named a 25 man squad for a friendly match against Uganda on the Independence day.


The team will go in camp on Sunday 28th June 2015 at the Chiwembe Technical Centre.


The squad includes two Mozambique based players goalkeeper Simplex Nthala and striker Zicco Mkanda.

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Jabulani Linje shrugs off K800,000 Civo signing on fee

Malawi SportsFormer Civo United striker Jabulani Linje’s agent has hit back at the club over the allegations that he duped the club of K800,000 in signing on fee before joining Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.

His agent questioned Civo’s claims saying the club could have blocked his move.

“He bade farewell to the team and they never said anything to that Jabulani owes them K800,000 as signing on fee,” he said.

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