Zonda, Gondwe join Malawi squad: Pictorial of Flames training

Malawi national football team , the Flames, intensified their training on Tuesday at Chiwembe Technical Centre in Blantyre ahead of the 2015 Cosafa Cup to be staged in South Africa and the Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers encounter against Zimbabwe in June.

Coach Chimodzi with his charges -Photo by Jeromy Kadewere

Coach Chimodzi with his charges -Photo by Jeromy Kadewere

 Players at the training camp..Photo-Taonga-Mtambo


Players at the training camp..Photo-Taonga-Mtambo

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Coach-Young-Chimodzi-doing-some-pep-talk-to-his-player…Photo-Taonga-Mtambo

 Players-looking-composed....Photo-Taonga-Mtambo.


Players-looking-composed….Photo-Taonga-Mtambo.

Team-Doctor-Levison-Mwale-assisting-injured-Yamikani-Fodya...Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

Team-Doctor-Levison-Mwale-assisting-injured-Yamikani-Fodya…Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

On Tuesday, the team was joined by two new faces a defender and a midfielder after impressing coach Young Chimodzi during Super League matches.

The two players are defender Pilirani Zonda from Big Bullets and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers defending midfielder Malumbo Gondwe.

Coach Young Chimodzi said he was impressed with their first training and insisted the door is still open for all the players, who will impress during League games.

“So far so good, and players are showing determination during training. I will continue monitoring players even those who are not in camp,” said Chimodzi.

During the training, players looked relaxed and composed.

However, there were some injuries like that of Yamikani Fodya, who limped off from the field of play.

Big Bullets duo of Bashir Maunde and Fischer Kondowe did not finish the training session as well due to injuries.

Kondowe said he was feeling pain on his right ribs, after sustaining an injury during their last Sunday league game against Sure Stream.

Muhammad Sulumba was in top form, as he notched most of the goals during the training.

The Nomads new catch from Blantyre United was also dangerous in releasing thunderous shots in goals.–Additional reporting by Taonga Mtambo, Nyasa Times

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17 thoughts on “Zonda, Gondwe join Malawi squad: Pictorial of Flames training”

  1. Flames, all the best. You can be the best team in all the tournaments.

  2. Thocco says:

    Zilibho.

  3. Maule woooyeee apa zikutheka basi.

  4. Mmakwana ma player anga maule onse asakaione game

  5. laskelly says:

    Be serious on choosing players chifukwa enawa amangotchuka kuma club kokha basi

  6. Kenneth duwa says:

    Take experienced players nt dat if u saw he played very well 1 game bt u much interested wth dat

  7. Chris luka says:

    Limbikirani mutichotseko manyazi ulendo uno

  8. Great choice by young chimodzi calling this guy to the frames camp pililan zonda is jst a working spirit

  9. nneka says:

    limbikiilani mupose pamepo, kuti tikhale ndi national team yamphavu.

  10. sain it like it is says:

    look the the frames of those players…do they even have a diet to follow…these players do not have the muscle and body frame to play with a tem like morroco or ivory coast who can play a very physical game..as it is the coach sould either go for physical abiities or speed but it seems he is even confused on which he will depend on more…thats a fail as it is already

  11. kasiya says:

    No more lame excuses chimodzi we r fedup of watching othr countries in africon tikufuni dziko lathu

  12. duncan phiri says:

    mkango plus ukamenya pati za ziiiiii omwewo akwana

  13. Kanyimbi says:

    May the coach drill the team in fast football especially the wingers. Our football lacks pace.

  14. Stanley muhekiwa says:

    Those are real malawians. Kuvulazana ndi ku training komwe! But do your best. Mutichotse manyazi ku COSAFA ndi ku AFCON.

  15. khwenthe says:

    ok wishing u gud.

  16. horess says:

    kwasala mkango plus

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