Gaba’s former team Bidvest Wits stun Pirates in his absence

SuperSport.com Inspirational Orlando Pirates forward Gabadinho Mhango missed the crucial Nedbank Cup 2-3 loss on penalties to Bidvest Wits because he had accumulated four yellow cards prior to the match against his former team. The game ended 3-3 after extra-time in a thrilling Nedbank Cup fixture at Orlando Stadium in Soweto on Sunday that will live long in the memory. The Clever Boys looked down and out after squandering a two goal advantage and having Elias Pelembe sent off,…

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New Wanderers FC treasurer resigns day after been elected

By Duncan Mlanjira Newly-elected Mighty Be Forward Wanderers treasurer, Davie Pemba has resigned from his post just a day after he was elected, saying he prefers to be in the new committee as just an executive member. In a letter to the team’s trustees, the executive committee and to the supporters committee, Pemba said he has come up up the decision to relinquish the post of treasurer after discussions and consultation made with his family members. “I will just…

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General Odillo Rtd. replaces Shycal as PGA Malawi president

By Duncan Mlanjira  Former Army Commander, General Henry Odillo (retired), who is an avid golfer, has taken over the mantle of leadership as President for Professional Golfers Association of Malawi (PGAMW) during an elective annual general meeting held on Saturday February 8 at Lilongwe Golf Club. Odillo takes over Patridge Shycal, who also doubles as a playing Pro alongside players like Simon Moses, Paul Chidale, Adam Sailesi and several others in their efforts to inspire more to become pros….

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Volleyball commemorates its 125th anniversary

On July 7, 1896 at Springfield College the first game of volleyball was played. Initially the game was named  ‘mintonette’ by its inventor, William G. Morgan in 1895 after the invention of basketball only four years before.  Morgan, a graduate of the Springfield College of the YMCA, designed the game to be a combination of basketball, baseball, tennis and handball. And during a demonstration game, someone remarked to Morgan that the players seemed to be volleying the ball back…

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5 Nigerian football stars known for their penchant for exotic cars

By Moyosoluwa Olorunsola, Daily Trust It’s common knowledge that football stars earn large sums of money and some are known for their penchant for expensive cars. Ahmed Musa The current captain of the Super Eagles is a skilled striker, who plays for FC Leicester City, a Saudi Arabia club in Al-Nassr for about 8 billion naira.  He has a Mercedes Benz G Wagon, Range Rover Velar and a Range Rover Sport. John Mikel Obi The defensive midfielder who played…

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Faith Mussa, Kell Kay, traditional dances to spice up 3rd edition of Malawi Sport Awards’ Red Carpet Gala

By Duncan Mlanjira Two of the country’s most popular performing artists, Faith Mussa and Kell Kay are set to spice up the glamorous the 3rd edition of Malawi Sport Awards’ Red Carpet Gala to be held on Valentines Day, February 14 at Bingu International Convention Centre in Lilongwe. Other entertainment performances include traditional and modern dances to be performed by Forus Dance Crew. The Gala will start with a cocktail and the entrance charges are K10,000 regular, K15,000 couples…

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Could Neymar, Mbappe antics derail PSG as season enters crunch time?

SuperSport.com While Neymar has been partying with an injured rib, and Kylian Mbappe has been making no attempt to hide his displeasure with his coach, Paris Saint-Germain supporters could be forgiven for having that sinking feeling. This has been the time of year when the French club’s season has tended to implode in recent years, with three successive eliminations in the first knockout round of the Champions League. They are currently unbeaten in 20 games in all competitions after…

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Liverpool fans must savour ‘dream season’ — chairman

SuperSport.com Liverpool fans should savour the club’s “dream season” in the Premier League as they may never see another like it, chairman Tom Werner has said. Liverpool are on course for a first league title in 30 years with Jurgen Klopp’s side winning 24 out of 25 games for a 22-point lead over champions Manchester City — the biggest of any leader at the end of a matchday in English top-flight history. “I keep telling everyone to really savour…

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MOC to train strategic planning facilitators for sports federations and other stakeholders

By Duncan Mlanjira Malawi Olympic Committee (MOC) has organized a training workshop to have a pool of resourceful persons to be readily available to guide and assist its sports affiliates and other stakeholders in the formulations of strategic and operational plans. This workshop, to be facilitated by an international expert from Zimbabwe under the Olympic Solidarity, is scheduled to take place at Sunbird Capital Hotel in Lilongwe from February 17- 23, 2020 and attracts a total number of confirmed…

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Sredojevic promises to revive Zambia’s Chipolopolo

  By Gomolemo Motswane, sowetanlive.co.za New Zambia National team coach Milutin Sredojevic has explained that he took the Chipolopolo job because of the challenge of getting the team back to the top of African football. Sredojevic was officially unveiled as the new national team coach on Monday in Lusaka though his appointment was pending final approval from the government, which is responsible for paying salaries. The 2012 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) champions have missed out on qualification for…

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