Flames camp training pictorial: Malawi date Zambia, South Africa and Egypt in strength testing matches

Malawi national football team aka the Flames will play three international matches in preparation for the Cosafa Cup and 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers in June.

Players  on break.....Photo FAM

Players on break…..Photo FAM

Bright Munthali ,  youngest goalkeepers in camp.....Photo by FAM

Bright Munthali , youngest goalkeepers in camp…..Photo by FAM

Fischer Kondowe, Dalitso Sailesi and former teammate Victor Limbani sharing some notes.....Photo FAM

Fischer Kondowe, Dalitso Sailesi and former teammate Victor Limbani sharing some notes…..Photo FAM

Mac Donald Harawa.....Photo FAM

Mac Donald Harawa…..Photo FAM

Football Association of Malawi (FAM), the Flames will travel to Lusaka on 6th May 2015 to play an international friendly match against Zambia on 10th May 2015 as part of the preparations for Cosafa.

The game will take place at Nkoloma Stadium before trekking to South Africa where they will face Bafana Bafana on May 20th before meeting Mozambique in the quarterfinals of the Cosafa Cup.

The last testing match for the Flames will be in Cairo when they will face Egypt on 8th June just six days before the Flames host Zimbabwe in their 2017 Africa Cup of Nation Qualifiers group L opening match.

Meanwhile, the Flames have intensified their preparations a head of the games with a locally based squad training at Chiwembe Technical Centre.

Coach Young Chimodzi assembled a squad of local based players who include Francis Mlimbika, Fischer Kondowe, Lucky Malata, Richard Chipuwa, Victor Limbani, Micium Mhone, Mac Donald Harawa.

The final traveling squad will be announced on 5th May 2015.

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24 thoughts on “Flames camp training pictorial: Malawi date Zambia, South Africa and Egypt in strength testing matches”

  1. godfrey says:

    Wishing u all tha best guys

  2. Hilz says:

    Lets Do It this time flames by burning these other teams

  3. laswell beza says:

    all the best guys hope u will do better and win all the games love and proud of u guys

  4. laswell says:

    all the best guys ilov u all ihope u wll do better all that games

  5. Naaaah says:

    Playing with the likes of Egypt, SA will be a good preparation for AFCON .

  6. desire says:

    This is good news 4 the team and the Nation & for the AFCON 2017 preparations Go flames,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,!!!!

  7. mbani says:

    All the teams mention to play malawi will not accept because they will not gain anything from us. Just date Mozambique, Tanzania and Ethiopia full stop or better Botswana

  8. That’s gud to have international friendly match to our national team I’m proud for that flames woyeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  9. shadrey says:

    That’s what flames they must do to play friendly international it can boost something in our nation soccer. And to play with bafana that’s good and better our player thy need more experience I know malawi the flames is best young talented soccer but lack of financial

  10. don munthali says:

    why you like playing Zambia in our most friendly games?

  11. Bristol says:

    That is a good move by FAM because the players will benefit a lot from these three friendly games. I would have loved if the local players were more than 7 as indicated here because it could be nice to try some new faces during these games. All the best my coach Young Chimodzi and your coaching panel. Flames Go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Burn these teams to ashes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Flames Go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. Hpreckad says:

    Haaa did you say South Africa also……………..Xenoooo

  13. richard says:

    but why playing these animals at this time of Xno.If you can not boycot SA on luxurious relationships like football, why cheating us that we will be able to boycot goods made in SA??? when we all know that most of these goods are not only necessary but of good quality.We lack national pride i see .

  14. Stanley muhekiwa says:

    Really these are nice teams to play with for friendlies. Bravo FAM!

  15. bookwormer says:

    Football is one sure way to cashgate. Do we compete just for prestege or we want to bring result. I think our team should have gone on sabbatical for five year and rebuild using under 14 to 20. Continuing with this crop of prayers is a waste of resources. Official just want to steal money using these useless games.

  16. Phodos says:

    I am happy with the squad and the teams lined up against the flames. Beating or drawing with one of them can hep Malawi rise on the FIFA rankings. Bravo FAM.

  17. ujeni says:

    Is this Dzalanyama game reserve? Surely this cannot be a training ground in a city, tall elephant grass, the playing surface like a rice pad, come on Malawians. The players also leaves alot to be desired, what do they live on, porridges daily.

  18. ujeni says:

    This is not Flames but a selection of players to chose Flames

  19. Karo gaii says:

    Chimodzi ndi squad yako iyo usazanamizire refu kapena nthawi yokozekera,tizakuthamangisa!

  20. Chemjambe says:

    At least this time around mwatenga ma team amphamvu for friendlies. Nanga kumangoti always Taifa stars basi………this is good

  21. Chris luka says:

    All e best maframez bt osatichititsa manyazi ndidziwa ndalama akupatsani kt mukozekele bwino zedi

  22. opportunist says:

    I hate this xenophobic country,(South Africa ).

  23. Yankho says:

    I am very happy with the arrangement as the Flames will have thorough preparations. If we fail to do better the FAM is not to blame but the Coach and his players. This is the right direction and FAM needs to be commended for the initiative and this must stay.
    Young and Jack know that this time you will have no excuses as the opportunity for the strength testing match has been provided and with bigger National squads. This is the time Young and Jack you have to prove your salt.
    Koma udzangoluza ndiye tidzayenda mu msewu preparation yake imeneyi.

  24. Louis Gobede says:

    Most Welcome Squad

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