Moyale to host Wanderers on  Malawi Independence Day

As part of Independence Day celebrations on July 6 this Friday, Moyale Barracks Football Club will be hosting TNM Super League defending champions in a friendly which Moyale Coach Charles Kamanga says is important for both sides.

Charles Kamanga: Moyale coach says friendly is key to both teams

Kamanga told Nyasa Times that it was an honour to be part of these Independence Day celebrations and looks forward to a good game against the nomads on Friday.

“It feels good to play against Be Forward Wanderers before the head of state and many Malawians. As Moyale Barracks, we are preparing very well for this game and we are not taking it lightly. We would like to entertain soccer fans with beautiful football and eventually win the game,” explained Kamanga.

He added that the game is a good strength testing match before the two sides can meet in the country’s top flight league.

The Nomads are on position four on the log table with 18 points from ten games while the soldiers are on position ten with 14 points from twelve games.

Silver Strikers, who have so far played 11 games, are at the top with 26 points followed by Nyasa Big Bullets and Civil Sporting Club with 22 points and 19 points, respectively.

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kkkkkkkkkk komadi atumbuka mukamalira kuti mumatsalidwa apa ndiye ndikumvetsa. Chisangalalochi chikamachitika madela ena aku mmwera ndi pakati amayitanitsa national team yadziko lina ndikusewera ndiyathu. Koma panopa chikuchitika kumpoto ati koma moyale ndi wandalazi kkkkkkkk. Munyanya mwano atumbuka!


like seriously this country called Malawi with a population of 17milliion people and a beautiful lake having attained 53 years of independence cannot afford to invite a national team to play with ours? Seriously? Money that changed hands on the day parliament closed as campaign for convention positions amounted to over 23million.
I cry for Kamuzu.
He went too soon.
He gave Malawians the best always.
Timadya and kumwa ndi kubvinanso. kumabwera ma team akunja. Koma lero zonse zidapita. Ndalama zuthera mathumba. God give us another Kamuzu!

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