Blantyre Zero line up international friendly games

In a bid aimed at seeking international exposure mainly for the players, 2019 Southern Region Women’s  Football Association of Malawi (FAM)  League reigning champion Blantyre Zero is planning to travel to Zambia and Mozambique where the team is expected to play a number of international friendlies with their fellow top women’s football clubs and give  players international exposure.

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Blantyre Zero Media and Communications Officer Amin Mussa confirmed the development to Nyasa Times that arrangements and discussions with the teams from the two counties are in progress and that they are going on well.

According to Mussa the team is expected to play at least a maximum of six games.

He further added that apart from getting international exposure among players as well as the technical panel officials  the club is also targeting to extend  their brand  to other countries  during their off season period.

“We have a lot of activities which we want to do and we are starting with the international friendless because we want to give opportunity to our players to  showcase at the same time allowing them to get football skills from their friends  which they can apply in our local competitions as well as opening doors from international teams .

“The  other main objective is to export more players outside malady as one way of developing our football, as such we are appealing  to companies to partner us as we look forward to break the international appearances,” said Mussa.

The team is expected to leave the country between December  end or within the first week of  January 2020.

Currently Blantyre Zero has managed to export Malawi national women’s football team  lethal striker Temwa Chawinga who plays her football in Sweden with Kvarnsvedens IK club.

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