Tigers struggle continue, draw 0-0 against Mzuni: Malawi TNM Super League

Azam Tigers Technical Director Robin Alufandika has admitted chances are very slim to win the top flight TNM Super League championship after failing to register a win in the second round of the league.

Alufandika- says Tigersc hances of title are slim..Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.

Alufandika- says Tigersc hances of title are slim..Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.

Tigers had an impressive first round and finished on position two behind league leaders and defending champions Big Bullets.

The Kau Kau Boys have so far played four games in the second round losing once and drawn three times.

On Saturday, Tigers were held to a goal-less draw against relegation candidates Mzuni F.C at the Kalulu Stadium.

Speaking after the match, Alufandika confessed they have put themselves in a tight situation.

“Things are not good and it is unhealth for us failing to win in four games” said Alufandika.

But Alufandika remains upbeat that they can still do beter and finish at a good position.

“We have 10 games remaining and what we can do is to put an extra gear. We need to pull up our socks, fight hard and see where we can end” said the Technical Director.

On his part, Mzuni coach Alex Ngwira said he was happy that they managed to collect a single point despite remaining in the relegation zone.

He said the perfomance of his team is improving and is looking forward to pull a surprise and start winning soon.

According to the coach, his major aim is to remain in the top flight league.

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Ntchona
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Tiga yomweyo,.

Mungawa
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ayi guys, this ALUFA was just very lucky to draw against Mzuni FC. Wait for Mzuni saturday’s game vs Dedza Young Soccer at Mzuzu Stadium and see how Tigers have escaped humiliation.

REAL BULLETS FUN
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Uziona alufandika

Miccateez
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MAVUT0 ARUFA KUSAVA,

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