Mzuzu Stadium Closure Draws Mixed Reactions

Mzuzu based Super League outfits; Moyale Barracks and Mzuzu University (MZUNI) Football clubs have given different views over the closure of their home ground Mzuzu Stadium by Mzuzu City Council in readiness for the 54th Anniversary Independence Celebrations. Speaking Thursday in an interview with Malawi News Agency, Moyale Barracks Coach, Charles Kamanga expressed dismay over the closure of the stadium and saying the development will affect his team’s game plan. “The council should utilize the off- season break to…

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Mzuzu Stadium Closed

Mzuzu City council has closed Mzuzu Stadium in readiness for the country’s Independence Day Celebrations which are scheduled to take place in the city on July 6. Confirming the development to Malawi News Agency, Tuesday, Director of Parks, Leisure and Environment for Mzuzu City Council, Godwin Pondelani said the council has decided to close the facility to pave way for renovations on the pitch and the whole facility. “As council we thought it wise to close the facility so…

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Clubs Should Be Responsible for Fans’ Conduct – SULOM

Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has called on clubs to ensure that their supporters are drilled on the dangers of engaging in acts of hooliganism. Sulom General Secretary, Williams Banda said in an interview Thursday that football clubs are responsible for the conduct of their fans at matches and should ensure that they adhere to rules and regulations. The call follows acts of violence that characterized some of the games played so far and Sulom’s disciplinary committee is currently…

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Azam Tigers ‘Secures’ Sponsorship

Blantyre-based outfit Azam Tigers are just a few steps behind from securing a sponsorship to the club which former Nyasa Big Bullets Technical Director, Billy Tewesa has negotiated for. Tigers have been playing in the top-flight Telekom Network Malawi (TNM) Super League for close to three years without sponsorship. Recently Tewesa was seen on the bench of Tigers when they were playing a friendly match against Nyasa Big Bullets at Mulanje Park Stadium and when questioned on his conduct,…

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Nomads, Bullets Thirsty For Super League Officials Blood

Nyasa Big Bullets and  Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Supporters are thirsty for the blood of Super League Of Malawi (SULOM) officials, Maravi Express has learnt. Press Statement made available to this publication  Nomads Board of Trustees  Chairman Rashid Gaffer and Nyasa Bullets  President Conrad Bucle has warned SULOM officials not to grace Sartuday’s Blantyre derby between Beforward Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets to be played at Bingu National Stadium in the capital city Lilongwe The letter states that the…

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Moyale FC Warns Silver Strikers

Battle lines have been drawn between Moyale Barracks   and Silver Strikers football clubs over attacker Khuda Muyaba’s purported move to the bankers. On Wednesday, the bankers General Secretary (GS), Thabo Chakaka Nyirenda revealed that the Muyaba has signed a three-year contract with the Reserve Bank of Malawi sponsored side. But in an interview, GS for Moyale Barracks Football Clubs, Captain Isaac Banda expressed ignorance of Chakaka Nyirenda’s revelations that Muyaba has penned a three-year deal that ties him to…

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Wanderers, Bullets Invade Central Region

As they continue to fine-tune ahead of the 2018 season scheduled to kick-off on the 14th March 2018, Be Forward Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets will invade central region this weekend to play two friendly matches each. The Nomads first assignment will be on Saturday against Mitundu Select at the Mitundu Ground, while the Peoples Team will be in Ntcheu to take on Mafco FC at Lake Valley Ground. Twenty-four hours later, the Nomads will travel to Dowa to…

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Mzuni FC in Rebuilding Drive

Following the departure of their prolific player, Mzuzu University Football Club (Mzuni FC) has embarked on a rebuilding exercise in preparation for the 2018 season. Speaking with Malawi News Agency (MANA), Mzuni FC Chairperson, Albert Harawa, said the departure of some players to other teams would not greatly affect them as they recruited new players to propel the team to greater heights. Harawa said the new players have been recruited from Super League teams while others are from the…

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Karonga United Needs Over MK55 Million

Newly promoted Karonga united will need at least K55 million for it to participate fully in the 2018 TNM Super League. Chairperson for the Club, Alufeyo Chipanga said this Monday in an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) in Karonga that any contribution to the team would be welcomed. He said the club has a budget of K55 million to be used during the coming season and this could be achieved if many stakeholders would be forthcoming to assist….

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