Zomba ground wall falls during Wanderers, United friendly

Malawi football grounds safety to spectators were questioned on Sunday during Be Forward Wanderers against Zomba United friendly match when a wall was collapsed in front of hundreds of spectators.

Bend it like Patrick Gunde...Photo By Be Forward Wanderers

Bend it like Patrick Gunde…Photo By Be Forward Wanderers

Wanderers could have nearly scored this one

Wanderers could have nearly scored this one

Mike Kaziputa with the ball

Mike Kaziputa with the ball

The wall collapsed in the second half resulting in many fans entering the ground for free through the open space.

Nobody got hurt but the sound of the wall falling scared everybody that even some fans, who sat far away were seen running away for their dear lives.

Back in the field of play, the Nomads were a better side in the first half as they found too many scoring opportunities through Jabulani Linje and Luka Milanzi but they could not ultilise them.

The Nomads, who rested Jimmy Zakazaka and Peter Wadabwa were also sharp on the wingers  where Felix Zulu and Mike Kaziputa  were a marvel to watch.

Zulu and Kaziputa breathed fires in curving crosses for their strikers but Zomba United defence was too tight to be screwed.

Zomba strikers found four clear chances to score but lack of composure let them down.

Bester Phiri in the Nomads goal was brilliant on several occassions saving his side from an embarrasment.

After the game, the Nomads coach Jack Chamangwana said he was impressed with the perfomance of his team as they are still building their first eleven.

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2 thoughts on “Zomba ground wall falls during Wanderers, United friendly”

  1. Wa Zomba United says:

    No picture of fallen wall. No result of the game. Mumalembapo chani apa? Athakati.

  2. nathan says:

    I was expecting to see at least a picture of the fallen wall, honestly.

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