Fomboni’s Malawi player praises Bullets ahead of Saturday clash

Fomboni FC striker  Winster Phiri  has heaped praise on  Big Bullets  ahead of the second  leg of the Champions League  at the Kamuzu Stadium  but expects his experience in the  Malawi TNM Super  League to give them an edge.

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The former Mighty Be Forward Wanderers and  Blue Eagles  striker, who was a revelation under Deklek Nsakakuwona, has since taken up a role with the Comoros Islands  giants, scoring more than 10  goals in the league since his arrival.

“We know it is going to be a difficult game and we will be the underdogs but we came for a good result, have prepared well and hopefully we can achieve it,” Phiri said .

“Being back here at home is great for me, playing at Kamuzu Stadium after a long time will be fantastic. I have had some good moments here, scored a couple of goals, and also had some bad moments.

“Everyone knows Bullets are a good team – they play football the way football should be played and make beautiful things happen. They have a huge following and we are aware it will not be easy on Saturday.

“I have explained to my teammates that it will be difficult on Saturday because we will be playing with a team which has a huge following,” he explained.

“On Saturday l want to help my team-mates and my team, with my goals because we have to progress to another round no matter what. You win together and lose together as a team, if we can play as a team on Saturday, not like individuals, then we have a chance,” he added.

Phiri, however was dissapointed with the poor reception in Malawi.

For instance, he said they were given a poor bus from Lilongwe to Blantyre forcing some of the players to stand from the capital city to the commercial city.

He also said they had to wait for hours at their hotel before rooms were prepared.

Phiri also added that they were forced to sleep at Karonga boarder due to visa problems.

“It is unfair that Bullets was warmly welcome in Comoros  yet here we have been mistreated,” said Phiri.

 

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Arthur G.M. Mtambo
6 years ago

ARE YOU RELATED TO KINNAH PHIRI.

Amai gulu
Amai gulu
6 years ago

Tiuzeni ngati uwoneke pa mbc tv

sayin it like it is
sayin it like it is
6 years ago

ntumbuka kupeza vuto paliponse……tangoti gulitsa game iwe fwitsek zako

the poorest country on earth
the poorest country on earth
6 years ago

pajatu kuno sititha chilichonse. we couldn’t even give medals to the zone 6 cross-country winners. are we really 16 million in this country?

Augh
6 years ago

Kod a tvm aonetsa/zodiak

bobo
bobo
6 years ago

Fomboni players have a right to complain where they feel mistrestef

Phwexy
6 years ago

Washosha yolakwika………. Bb ndi mkaka mawa…..

Ishmael Maulana
6 years ago

Anyway good luck though we r fighting for de same League.Mawule woyeeeeeeeee!

samuel kwakwase
samuel kwakwase
6 years ago

osazionongera tsiku dala chifukwa chofuna ganyu kikikikikiki

mike
6 years ago

hosparity z one thing that z needed as our team mets,hotel ma room amakhala ready kale kma kuwachedwetsa athu,poor Malawi, poor bullets

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