Malawi geared for Comoros game on Saturday

The Malawi National Football Team has intensified its preparations for their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group B qualifier against Comoros slated for Saturday at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.

Training camp for Flames 

Currently, foreign based players have already joined the squad in Lilongwe which includes South African based Limbikani Mzava, Frank ‘Gabadinho’ Mhango and Gerald Phiri Jnr.

Goalkeeper Owen Chaima who plies his trade in Tanzania has also joined the team including net buster, Richard Mbulu from Mozambique.

John and Frank Banda as well as Charles Swini from Mozambique are yet to join the squad.

According to the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) website, another South African based midfielder, Robert Ng’ambi will be the last to join the squad on Wednesday due to club commitments.

Meanwhile, Flames Coach, Ronny van Geneugden said he is looking forward to working with the foreign based legion.

“If we can have the majority of them by Tuesday then that will be fine and good as it will give me a bit of time to take a look at them,” said the coach on the website.

Some of the players who are in camp include: Francis Mulimbika, John Lanjesi, Chisomo Mpachika, Jabulani Linje, Yamikani Fodya, Chikoti Chirwa, Stanely Sanudi, Mecium Mhone, Yamikani Chester and Pilirani Zonda.

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Christopher Banda
Christopher Banda
3 years ago

Tiyeni tigwirane manja lowelukari , flames moto!! moto !!!

3 years ago

Ma players a Malawi ambition alibe matama basi mtaunimu akuti kutchuka ma celebrity mutchuka bwanji musakuwina akazi ndi mowa mma townshipimu fotseki a Boma cash kapelekeni kwa anthu ovutika. Kafunseni a Yugo, Kinna ndi man Peterkins Kayira akakuuzeni momwe amachitila kuti ziziathekera osati za manyazi mumationetsa inu zauchitsru

3 years ago

Too much talk and little action,thats the Malawi way of doing things.Come saturday we will be weeping.Thats the Malawi I know,Malawi siyidzamva.

3 years ago

What? net buster Mbulu?
You better read Tione Andsen’s post of 3rd June 2017 on Mbulu’s dry spell in Mozambique!

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