Mzuni FC parade streets over Malawi Super League promotion

Mzuzu University Football Club (Mzuni FC) who have won themselves a place in the 2015/2016 TNM Super League after emerging victors in the Simama Northern Region Football Association League (NRFL), Monday paraded the streets of Mzuzu City celebrating their realized dream.

Some of the students captured before the parade ... . Pic by Pius Nyondo -- Nyasa Times

Some of the students captured before the parade … . Pic by Pius Nyondo — Nyasa Times

Mzuni FC captain Samir Simkonda told Nyasa Times that the celebration was worth it.

“We’ve waited for so long to get back into the country’s topflight football league,” said Simkonda. “Over ten years is a long time.”

The side were promoted after Kaporo United failed to turn up for a replay match, thereby making them the first with 100 points.

While Chilumba Barracks FC have expressed their discontentment over Mzuni’s victory, citing favouritism grounds, both NRFL and Football Association of Malawi (FAM) have gone ahead to crown Mzuni FC as champions.

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20 thoughts on “Mzuni FC parade streets over Malawi Super League promotion”

  1. timba says:

    Blend the players with all the talent in the northern region for you to stay longer ,loan players from Kabwafu,Kalonga,Chilumba and within the city otherwise during exams life becomes tough and closely work with city council for survival mechanism minus that expect tough survival and early exit wishing you all the best.

  2. Katswiri left wing'a says:

    Welcome Mzuni FC, mupeleke mapoints mu tnm super league

  3. Moyale says:

    Tikaonereko mpira ku stadium, welcome mzuni. Osati zomangomenya anthu ku stadium atadzadzana ma tata ankhondo. Mateam mpaka kukhala opanda masapota pa home kufikira kuthawira ku dwangwa

  4. fibo nachi says:

    Simama officials have managed to take mzuni to super league..If given positions mu fam they could as well take flames to world cup!

  5. Kafyo says:

    Ma champion ndi chilumba.

  6. Proff. Ngangabulawayo says:

    Well done Mzuni FC, keep it up.

  7. ujeni says:

    Gone are the days when the world used such manually written placards. Malawi is behind in everything, do people watch international tv to learn from countries above us how such things are organised

    1. zakakaliya mulopwiya says:

      Pepa. Chilungamo wachiziwa.

  8. Kabwafu says:

    Welcome MZUNI we love you and will keep sopporting you keep it up

  9. Pemperempe says:

    wandimwetsa wamkaka Simkonda and Mzuni FC..keep up intellectuals..this is our time, however, u hv to be more focused becz the war hs jst started…

  10. Yankees says:

    Asilikali mudakwana mu Super League sitikukufunansoni, chatsala apa tiyambe kuchotsa mmodzi mmodzi, mukhale awili kapena atatu basi, kakatetezani Nyanja uko mpila sintchito yanu, FAM mwachita bwino ku North komaso Dedza ndinu mafana oyesetsa mudachita bwino kukhomelera a Surport Battalion azikamenya nkhondo kuphiri la Mthuma mpira ndiwamafana ma Civilian, mchifukwa chake mumanyana ndimavenda amangokuyuzani chifukwa chosowa chochita, zida zidantha ma AK97? Eh?

  11. Uchindami says:

    Yalowa mobela kotero kuti nkhanza zomwe ikalandire mu Supa Ligi zidzakhala zoyenelera ndithu!

  12. Lupanga says:

    Mzuni cannot survive da roughtough of top flight league hence another eazy ride 4 tnm giants

  13. Namachinda says:

    MZUNI you didnt win and will not proceed in super league but i would love northern to have more than three teams in the top league not just add number.

  14. mzimwale says:

    Lets go MZUNI.

  15. Achimidzimidzi says:

    May try in Super league!

  16. Suicide Bonza says:

    Timeje mpira wa mapazi tsopano ndi marcopolo. Wina awida apa basi.

  17. wanted says:

    Muziona super league is different from simama you will be donors of points

  18. Ico says:

    They are just trying to correct last Year’s mistake of crowning. Karonga Vendors

  19. Wanzeru says:

    Thats good and encouraging. I love teams from the north.

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