Charity match misses target: Central Region FA  dissappointed

Central Region Football Association (CRFA) has admitted it has registered a huge loss from a charity match which they organized aiming at raising funds to support families of two players and one official of Central Region Football League outfit Make Sure Pirates.

Charity Blantyre derby played in Kasungu suffers loss

The three died in a road accident after the minibus they were travelling overturned on their way to Mchinji to fulfil a league fixture.

According to CRFA vice general gecretary Antonio Manda, only K4.5 million was realized from gate collection out of the targeted K20 million.

He also revealed that the organizers have a balance of K2 million each to the participating teams thus Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.

The match ended in a 0-0 stalemate.

Meanwhile, Manda says the organizing committee will sit down to map the way forward on how best they can solve the proble.

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Mnyamata wa nzeru
Mnyamata wa nzeru
1 year ago

The organisers are not smart enough!! They are daft!!!

Madalitso
1 year ago

I suggest a re-match for the same mission, but this should be done in Lilongwe.

charles zawanda
charles zawanda
1 year ago

Bad weather has contributed to huge loss. The day was blessed with heavy rains which covered almost the entire district. Most peaple could not turn up in fear of being soaked in moist air and rain drops.

mjomba
mjomba
1 year ago

kuduka mutu kwa utsogoleri zimaonekera pamenepa, bullets ndi Noma komwe angapange ndalama ndi Lilongwe and Blantyre not Kasungu, poor organisation

Machendekhwepe
Machendekhwepe
1 year ago

Poor planninh. A derby played in Kasungu. It appears you guys organised this charity in order to please sone sections. If the objective was to raise money why not organising the match at Civo stadium or even Kamuzu Stadium. Hope you have learnt a lesson though a bitter one

National CEO
National CEO
1 year ago

There were many supporters at the stadium and the figures are suspicious, something fishy here.

Peter T
Peter T
1 year ago

Why you took these two team to Kasungu! They should play at Bingu Stadium.

Muhammad
1 year ago

Kkkk Everything hv its home land. So Kasungu is a homeland of gule wamkulu not for football

Rodrick Phiri
Rodrick Phiri
1 year ago
Reply to  Muhammad

Kambani zampira osati zagule mukunenazo. Pali nzeru apa?

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