Kanyenda, Nyondo join Malawi training camp as Chipuwa returns

South African based strikers Atusaye Nyondo and Esau Kanyenda have joined the Flames camp ahead of the friendly match against Egypt in Cairo on Monday and a 2017 AFCON qualifier against Zimbabwe on 13th June 2015.

The warriors in Camp todaypic by Gomezgani Zakazaka
The warriors in Camp todaypic by Gomezgani Zakazaka
Chipuwa: Returns
Chipuwa: Returns

The two missed the Cosafa Cup in South Africa last weekend but will be available for the two matches next week.

The two joined the rest of the squad that went to the COSAFA in the first training session this morning at the Chiwembe Technical Centre.

Flames coach Young Chimodzi has also recalled Mighty Wanderers goalkeeper Richard Chipuwa, who was dropped for the Cosafa.

Captain Joseph Kamwendo, who plays for TP Mazembe in the DRC, will join the camp in the afternoon as he is set to arrive at 2pm through the Chileka Airport while defender Limbikani Mzava will arrive at 7 PM tonight.

Mozambique duo of goalkeeper Charles Swini and midfielder Frank Banda will join the squad on Thursday.

The other three foreign based players, who were at the Cosafa, Robin Ngalande, Chimango Kayira and Gerald Phiri JNR are also in camp with the rest of the local based players.

Defender Harry Nyirenda will miss the trip to Egypt and will only join the team on Wednesday upon its return from Egypt.

The team will leave on Friday and the match is on Monday. The team will return on Wednesday then face Zimbabwe on Saturday.

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chingwe cha mbuzi
chingwe cha mbuzi
5 years ago

by recalling Richard chipuwa i give you 2 points coach..koma uchoke basi

Austin
5 years ago

Hop thy msnt disappoint us

Keen Observer
5 years ago

That’s the cream of our crop if they fail we will have no excuse. Good luck guys.

Emdeez
Emdeez
5 years ago

Welcome gentlemen’

Black Market
Black Market
5 years ago

it looks like this time we have a better team. last campaign we didnt have brave strikers. If Kinna maintains the COSAFA team with a few individuals especially in front, no team can stop us. My worry is on poor selection of combinations and underrating upcoming players at the expense of names, at the same time experience matters, Frank Banda proved it at COSAFA. A team that can contain pressure is the most preferred this time around to avoid conceding late equalisers from pressures, Hence the need to consider endurers at the back coupled with height. Sometimes you delay making… Read more »

malawi wanga wataika
malawi wanga wataika
5 years ago

komatu kungolephera kupanga qualify ulendo uno nonse tikakuponyani mnyanja ng’ona zikakudyeni..kupanga build team mpaka 2 years??

Kadakwiza
Kadakwiza
5 years ago

Gaba chonde, tikumufuna ulendo uno. Chonde a coach.

Chisaka mbawala
5 years ago

Mponda should be given a chance 4 a coaching course abroad by fam as a way of thanks to his services to the nation

Footbal Fun
Footbal Fun
5 years ago

You coach maintain the good team we had in South Africa./ These so called professionals have failed us several times in the past. Age is not a warrant of success in football. we need these young, committed and hardworking players not loyals in the name of professionals.

A COMMONER
A COMMONER
5 years ago

Gud move 2 hv a friendly game with the Pharaohs and soon it b with Cameroun, Ghana, Morocco, Algeria, Ivory Coast and Nigeria. It wil boast the team in many departments on the field of play.

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