Bullets pip Silver Reserves: Malawi Carlsberg Cup quarter-final line-up complete

Jafali Chande, Mussa Manyenje and Amos Khamula goals were enough for Big Bullets to sail through to the quarter-finals of the Carlsberg Cup with a dominant display against inspired Silver Strikers Reserve on Sunday played at Kamuzu Stadium.

Jaffali Chande on the ball...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Jaffali Chande on the ball…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Mussa Manyenje trying a dummy .Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Mussa Manyenje trying a dummy .Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Bullets goalllllll...Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Bullets goalllllll…Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Silver Strikers Reserve....Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Silver Strikers Reserve….Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Vincent Gona and Miracle Gabeya ... .Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Vincent Gona and Miracle Gabeya … .Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Bullets fans dancing using their mobile disco... ..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Bullets fans dancing using their mobile disco… ..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Bullets coach Ramadan is back on bench..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Bullets coach Ramadan is back on bench..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Mangani: We lost concentration .Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Mangani: We lost concentration .Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

A Bullets fan celebrating after the match...Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

A Bullets fan celebrating after the match…Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

People's Team for real, Bullets stands- Photo Jeromy Kadewere

People’s Team for real, Bullets stands- Photo Jeromy Kadewere

It proved a relatively routine victory for Malawi champions and man-of-the-moment Yamikani Fodya was in another perfect form, setting up two goals in both halves.

Junior Bankers side showed some brilliance with the defence led by Moses Chilongo, Joel Kasuzyo, Dothy Phiri and Samalani Makunganya but Bullets were too superior for them.

Jaffalie Chande gave the home team the first goal through a header before Mussa Manyenje’s second goal.

Despite making several changes to the side that has been playing in the Super League, the Peoples team produced a fluent and effective first-half display, with Dalitso Sailesi and Fischer Kondowe acting as creators-in-chief.

The Peoples team started with Amos Khamula, who fitted in South African bound Chiukepo Msowoya’s boots. Msowoya was serving two yellow cards.

Bullets Burundian Coach Nsazwurimo Ramadan, who was back on the touchline after sorting out his immigration matter, said he was “delighted” with the win and the great performance.

“I am so delighted with the good performance of my side. The win was very important. We need to win Carlsberg Cup,” said Ramadan in a post-match interview with Nyasa Times.

Asked to comment on the rising performance of Fodya, the Bullets head coach who has applied for a post of Malawi national team coach, said: “Yamikani Fodya is one of the best players.”

Ramadan said Fodya has a combination of talent and fighting spirit.

“He plays with passion,” noted Ramadan.

Lyton Mangani, coach for young Bankers, said his charges lost concentration.

“We were a little bit slower in our work and our concentration. We have no complaints, we lost,” h said.

On Saturday, Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, Moyale Barracks, Dedza Young Soccer and lower league side Support Battalion progressed to the quart-final berth of the Carlsberg.

Other teams that reached the quarter-finals are Silver Strikers, Mafco FC and Kamuzu Barracks.

Forward Mapopa Kaunda’s 57th minute’s lucky strike was enough to take Wanderers to the next round of the tournament. Kaunda is fast becoming the Nomads’ ‘saviour’ as he has scored vital goals in four consecutive games.

It was a bad day for Lilongwe giants Civo FC, who were shown the exit door by rookies Support Battalion who claimed a 1-0 victory over them while games involving Azam Tigers and Dedza Young Soccer; and Red Lions and Moyale Barracks had to be decided on penalties.

Dedza Young Soccer booted out the Tigers in post match penalties following one all draw at Kamuzu stadium. The visitors converted four spot kicks through Pachalo Kumilonde, Dave Balaka, Chisomo Mpachika and Amadu Makawa and their goalkeeper saved two Tigers’ spot kicks.

Likewise, Moyale Barracks beat their brothers in arms Red Lions 4-3 following a goalless draw in regulation time. The Mzuzu based soldiers book the space through Khuda Muyaba, Sandres Munthali, Boy Boy Chima and Steve Mkandawire while Loti Mwakisulu, Mphatso Ngwira and Ndawona Limbani converted for Red Lions, who missed the other spot kicks through Innocent Bokosi and Chikoti Chirwa.

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) Competitions Manager Gomegzani Zakazaka said they are impressed with the performance of teams which have reached the quarter finals.

Zakazaka assured fans to expect more fireworks in the quarter finals this coming weekend.

The quarter-final line up is as follows:

Mafco vs Big Bullets

Mighty Wanderers vs Dedza Young Soccer

Moyale Barracks vs Kamuzu Barracks

Silver Strikers vs Support Battallion —Additional reporting by Yamikani Simutowe, Nyasa Times

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16 thoughts on “Bullets pip Silver Reserves: Malawi Carlsberg Cup quarter-final line-up complete”

  1. big bulets nd machine aixe

  2. pat yobe says:

    Anaochepa awa go go Maulle

  3. Dr K.K. says:

    BB ndi more!The best is yet to come for the people’s team

  4. khokhokho says:

    Mawule mawule ndikuti mawule ,mooofaya

  5. opportunist says:

    Maule size ikukana .Wamkaka

  6. Adam christon Masamba says:

    Kumalankhula za kamafco, ulibe ndimtima wamanyazi? Zinazi tadzipangani manyazi; BB suumaidziwa paka pano? Kuti ndi team yafuko. Tadziyamikirani zinazi. Kodi mtima wanjiru kodi mudakalinawobe? simunadziyebe? Komaa eish!! Friendly neba kumenyedwa ndi wana omwe 4-1. Pano, mpakana kumaima pachulu, maso muli gw; kumalankhula za Big Bullets…ee ndi mafco yatani mafcoyo? Malawimo simuzapezeka team ngati Big Bullets.

  7. amfana says:

    amwenye angapo anandiuzapo kuti kuindia amadziwa bullets bazi.

  8. BB itenga cup imeneyi, kaya wina afune or asafune, mumva m’bebe chaka chake ndi chino, BB woyee kuti woyee, woyeeeeeeeeeee

  9. davie john says:

    timu yafuko

  10. Mzimba Solola says:

    MAFCO is waiting for you at Chitowe.

  11. Mwayiwawo ochinya 9 ife tingo pitirira

  12. Katimu kakang’ono basi zigoli zitatu. Amuna anzanu a Silver Strikers katimu kaku lower league anakapatsa 9 kwa chilowere.

  13. HAPPY KALINDA says:

    BB WOYEEEEE!

  14. BECHI says:

    Thus BB every striker scoring a goal thus
    brave.

  15. Paul Omaliza Makoka says:

    Ma venue simunaike bwanji?

  16. Hardson says:

    That’s Bullets as Silver Strikers eye for Chiukepo it brings in Amos Khamula. It has changed goal scorers and here they are: Jafali Chande, Mussa Manyenje and Amos Khamula. Oyimba sananame kuti ” matimu ndionse koma Bullets yokha ndi ayayaya…. Ndidzatani nayo ine timuyi… kayatu” no sponsor koma zonse zimatheka.

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