Teams comply with Covid-19 prevention measures

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) and the Super League of Malawi (Sulom) on Tuesday set strict conditions for clubs that have resolved to continue training in the wake of suspension of local sporting activities due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Wanderers goalie Peter Thole washes his hands at training
Nomads striker Peter Wadabwa gets hand sanitiser

FAM  president  Walter Nyamilandu emphasized the need for the clubs to train under close supervision and strict health guidelines where hygiene is not compromised.

Such measures include but not limited to hand wash before and after training with detergents as the first step to demonstrate seriousness to protect players from contracting Covid-19.

The news season was due to kick off last weekend bt after President Peter Mutharika’s declaration of a State of Disaster the games have been cancelled.

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NOSTRADAMS
NOSTRADAMS
1 year ago

Iwe ndi mbuzi kwambiri, umuuze petulo wakoyo kuti ndinu zitsiru, machende anu nonse. zikugwilizana chani nkhani ya corona ndi Dr Chakwera? kukamwa ngati Nalikukuti.

Chakwera ndiwe galu
Chakwera ndiwe galu
1 year ago

Covid 19 is a way for God to stop chakwera. God can lock the whole world just to force his lost soul back to him. Wayifunafuna knhosa yosochela ibwelele………

Malawi is One
Malawi is One
1 year ago

zimene mukuyankhulazo ndi dzina lanuro ndizosiyana. ndiye kuti tikhulupilire mwalembadzo koma abale zinthu zina sungazimvetse

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