During the Malawi Police Service (MPS) and media match at Nankhaka Stadium in Area 30, headquarters, this Saturday, the Central Region Football League (CRFL) will donate a football kit.
CRFL’s Dean Josaya communicated with Zodiak Broadcasting Station’s (ZBS) Mike Bango that the league will be donating the brand new kit for the media football team for the Saturday game.
“We are proud and excited about this development,” responded Bango, an avid sports commentator and analyst on the private radio station.
The games, including a netball match, have been organised to further smooth police-madia camaraderie.
Gabriel Kamlomo, coordinator for the games and the Lilongwe-based media team, said the uniform was coming at the right time.
“You know we struggle to put ourselves together in a befitting kit on the field. What is left is for each one of us to bring out personal boots for the match. We have to learn to look presentable on the pitch as well as when we are on official duty,” he said.
This will be the first time the league will donate to a media team, which often has to grapple around for a soccer uniform during matches.
Meanwhile media team striker, Peter Gwazayani, has said he expects the scribes side to wallop the law enforcers by a wide margin.
“We are not just excited about Zambia’s AFCON exploits as a neighbor and as journalists. We want to bring that spirit to Nankhaka and show the police men and women that we are serious. The margin will be big in our favor,” he prophesied.