Six foreign based players join Malawi Flames camp

Malawi’s Flames on Monday started training in preparation for their last two 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers against Mali at the Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday and Ethiopia away on Wednesday next week.

Flames training camp
Flames training camp
Flames' MacDonald Harawa
Flames’ MacDonald Harawa

Six foreign based players namely Chimango Kayira, Zicco Mkanda, Gabadinho Mhango, Limbikani Mzava, Robin Ngalande and Harry Nyirenda have already joined camp while Joseph Kamwendo, Robert Ng’ambi and Essau Kanyenda will join the team Monday evening.

The team is training at Chiwembe Technical Centre where they are also lodging.

The Flames failed to into camp earlier due to unavailability of funds with the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) threatening to pull out of the competition following government’s, Flames main sponsor, failure to provide funds for the decisive matches.

The Flames need nothing short of victory in this encounter if the team’s dreams of qualifying for the next year finals are to be realised.

Mali are second to Group B leaders Algeria on six points, Ethiopia is third while Malawi is fourth with three points.

The Flames, however, are at an advantage based on head to head comparison with Ethiopia having won 3-2 in the two sides’ first leg.

Meanwhile, the tickets for the Flames/Mali game are on sale and will only be sold in four centers namely Kamuzu Stadium, Chiwembe Technical Centre, Blantyre Youth Centre and Blantyre Steers Deboniars. Prices as follows;  Open stand: K1,000; MBC Stand: K2,500; Covered: K5,000; and VIP: K10,000

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Gerald wa Cliff
6 years ago

I dont trust to win

Mbenje
Mbenje
6 years ago

please osandya nsima kwambiri. bola chinangwa.

onyex
onyex
6 years ago

Can flames beat Mali really? hede!

mpina james
6 years ago

Experience matters most,but we who are in the panel we don’t have vision that is why the Gvt is unable to support us with funding. Our local players they can daliver but TRIBE AFFILIATION kkkkkkKkkkkkkk

George
George
6 years ago

Ikaluza team nde mudzinena kuti vuto ndi maplayer?

Ingwina Sya Karonga SC
Ingwina Sya Karonga SC
6 years ago

We have Commercial Manager, Marketing Manager, Competitions Manager, ETC akungokhala phwiii pena kukhalira phokoso pa Media basi. Go out to the corporate World and Market your FAM. Are you Serious days before game that’s when you start making noise Tilibe Ndalama aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

dopababi shopa
dopababi shopa
6 years ago

Coach, Technical directors why wasting money on so called professionals?, We have talented local players who can deliver. What can you expect from bench professionals? oooops Govt. dont waste taxpayers money on loosers.

Gongoni
Gongoni
6 years ago

BEST WISHES TO YOU GUYS! VUTO NDI FAM! NO VISION FOR FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT IN MALAWI. KOMA FAMGATE!

mr soccer
6 years ago

But why malawi national team ima trainer ndi jersey yomwe amamenyera game??….kuika mitengo ya game ndiye kwa inu sivuto ai koma kuti muziwe zoti jersey ya game sitipangira training or warmup izo ndiye simuziwa………..

Tamara
Tamara
6 years ago

abale foreign players yake iti pamenepa musandiseketse

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