Wanderers, Silver match net K7 million

The TNM Super League match between Mighty Be forward Wanderers and Silver played at Kamuzu Stadium before  good patronage raised K7 million gross.

Wanderers supporters  jiving ...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Wanderers supporters jiving …Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Silver beat Wanderers 2-0 against the run of play to dent the Nomads’ clean record this season.

Kamuzu Stadium manager Ambilike Mwaungulu said after paying off overhead costs Wanderers and Silver each shared K1.3 million.

Mwaungulu said the remainder went towards the payment of security, ground levy, Football Association of Malawi, Super League runners Sulom.

He said the game was outsourced to firm owned by Japhet Majete who manned the gates.

But the stadium managed conceded that the amount could raise eyebrows because of many factors beyond their control.

“The game raised K7 million which is a record so far in the season. After all the expenses were paid the teams shared K1.3 million,” he said.

“It is obvious that the money cannot tally with the turn out because gate collection is complex issue. We cannot rule out pilferage.”

In another development the game between Bullets and Civo United at the same Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday raked in K4 million.

Both teams shared K700,000 each as the rest went towards the payment of other expenses.

Bullets survived the bottom of the table scare to scrape a 2-1 win in an explosive encounter to return to the top of the log table.

Epac versus Airborne match raised K307, 450.00, with both teams pocketing K42, 107.13 while Azam Tigers against Silver Strikers at Kalulu Stadium raised K518, 300.00 with both teams receiving K95, 229.75.

The soldier’s affair in Mzuzu, which involved Moyale and Red Lions, raised K311, 650.00. Both teams shared K50, 162.50.

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13 thoughts on “Wanderers, Silver match net K7 million”

  1. phwenga says:

    Ndibwino kiti jonna abwereso ku team ya Malawi

  2. Lupanga says:

    Hahaha chingende kuchekacheka manyasatu apa! Shaaa

  3. Mbolo Sidwala says:

    FAM and SULOM and boma, udindo wotukula mpira ndi wanu. But if clubs are getting peanuts, hw do u expect them to look after the players who toil on the pitch? Arent u the same pple who are encouraging the clubs to put their players on the medical scheme? Tawaganizireni ma players. Wondering why ma flames are performing below par?

  4. Mbolo Sidwala says:

    FAM and SULOM and boma, udindo wotukula mpira ndi wanu. But if clubs are getting peanuts, hw do u expect them to look after the players who toil on the pitch? Arent u the same pple who are encouraging the clubs to put their clubs on the medical scheme? Tawaganizireni ma players. Wondering why ma flames are performing below par?

  5. kanyimbi says:

    According to the people who watched the games BB game attracted more spectators. How come that the money collected is less? Its true this is the people’s team.

  6. Shekman says:

    Me Not Clear, Did Silva & Wanderers Share Mk1.3 btwn dem OR each teach went away with this amount?

  7. thinktankmalawi says:

    Shared 700000 each n diye kuti chani?Each got away with that amount or 350,000 each

  8. Hidge maaaaaa!? says:

    Inu otengera ndalama mumawabela mataem , bwanji kuti muzigawa pakati?

  9. martin gonda says:

    Nyerere ndi deal

  10. zimkambani says:

    This is pathetic. I like football but in Malawi we are not giving them enough financial support they are worse off after the game than before. The whole show needs more financial support

  11. SOOTH SAYER! says:

    MANOMA WOYEE! DESPITE DE LOSS, WE SHALL CONTINUE TURNING OUT IN LARGE NUMBERS!

  12. Yemwe Uja says:

    No wonder our local teams are struggling financially, from total collection of MK7m, ma team kungogawana MK1.3 thus MK650k each team which is not enough for transport, food and accommodation for the visiting team. How do you share the proceeds.

  13. zuma says:

    neba dats why sukupeza sponsor kuba kwambiri

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