Micium Mhone jets in: Upbeat Malawi will beat Guinea

Malawi international attacker Micium Mhone finally arrived in the country on Wednesday afternoon to join locally based players currently in camp preparing for the African Cup of Nations (Afcon) back to back qualifying matches against Guinea.

Micium Mhone

Micium Mhone

Upon arrival Mhone , who plays for Jomo  Cosmos in South Africa, said he is optimistic that the Flames will collect maximum six points in the two leg matches against Guinea and said this
will give Flames an easy ride in their final matches against Swaziland and Zimbabwe.

“The Guinea matches will give us a picture to our qualification chances but we are determined to get all six points and then finish off in the last two games.” Mhone is quoted as saying on Malawi F.A’s

The versatile attacker said it feels good to be back home and most importantly train with fellow national team players.

“It is good to be home but it is important that I will be training with the rest of the squad as at my team we are on break until 13th (April)” said Mhone.

Mhone was in top form last Wednesday when he provided a header pass to his Cosmos colleague to score handing the struggling PSL side maximum three points.

Commenting on his club’s future, Mhone said they still have a chance of surviving relegation despite going through hard times.

“We will survive relegation, we have more games at home and we will do well,” he said.

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3 thoughts on “Micium Mhone jets in: Upbeat Malawi will beat Guinea”

  1. Semani says:

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  2. Bibo says:

    Malawian players talk too much on paper like the country’s leader who has his own binoculars to see from the valley of dry bones. I think Mutharika must have inspired his sportsmen to see things from a different angle even if possibly encountering the dragon from the far east.

    The fact is Mhone or Chimango or any other Flames player, has a class that only limits him to a cinderella team like Jomo Cosmos. At least this Tonga boy has the nerves and balls to speak with courage and confidence. However, Mhone must be reminded that Guinea is not a small team like Swaziland. It is a team with vast experience and with European based stars. Guinea lost to Swaziland because their top professionals boycotted training and never featured but this time they will be available against Malawi.

    Europe is the highest level where to play professional football. At what level are Mhone and company playing? I guess basement level because even the South Arabian or Chinese leagues are at a far higher level than South African league. Look at the way Bidvest Wits was clobbered 3-0 at home by Azam Fc of Tanzania in the African Confederation cup. Such results expose the mediocrity of South African football and yet some players from Malawi are proud to be professionals in RSA.

    It is like dreaming to climb mount Everest for Ernest Mtawali and his charges to think they can defeat Guinea in Conakry. It is not being unpatriotic, but I am just being factual to say Malawi doesn’t have quality players to progress in Africa. The generation of Frank Sinalo, Clifton Msiya, Lawrence Waya, Mabvuto Lungu, Kennedy and Holman Malunga etc was the best Malawi has ever produced and since that time, it’s all mediocrity. I still say good luck Mhone and company.

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