Victor Mpinganjira joins Civo: Malawi Super League second round kicks off Saturday

The battle for points in the K90 million TNM Super League resumes this Saturday, 12 September 2015 with nine second round mouthwatering fixtures lined up for this weekend.

Victor Mpinganjira joins Civo..Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Victor Mpinganjira joins Civo..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

League leaders Big Bullets, who are topping the log table with 32 points from 14 games, travels to central region where they will start their second round campaign against military side Mafco at Chitowe stadium in Dwangwa.

This will also be the launch game for the second round,  according to Super League of Malawi (Sulom).

While Azam Tigers, who are second with 26 points from the same number of games, are faced with two-away assignments against Kamuzu Barracks and Epac FC on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

Lilongwe based side, Civo United, who lately found their winning formula, are descending to the south where they play against rookies FIZD Wizards and Be Forward Wanderers, respectively.

Silver strikers, who have engaged the services of former Flames coach Young Chimodzi, head to the north for two equally tricky fixtures against Moyale Barracks and Mzuni FC on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

While the second round is set to kick off this, Sulom is yet to release the official list of players that have changed clubs.

However, Civo United have apparently beefed up their squad with the services of enterprising forward Victor Mpinganjira, who was playing for Wanderers.

Likewise, rookies FIZD Wizards have also taken on board (on loan) forwards Precious Msosa and Amos Khamula from Wanderers and Bullets FC, respectively.

While Flames defender who was linked with moves to Be Forward Wanderers and Silver Strikers, is staying put at Civo United whereas Epac FC defender Boston Kabango was seen training with the Lali Lubani boys, Wanderers.

Forward Muhammad Sulumba, who was touted to have clinched a deal at South African side Jomo Cosmos, returns home and is expected to rejoin Wanderers.

Herewith second round opening fixtures;

SATURDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 2015

MAFCO vs Big Bullets at Chitowe

Moyale Barracks vs Silver Strikers at Mzuzu stadium

Kamuzu Barracks vs Azam Tigers at CIVO

FISD Wizards vs CIVO United at Kamuzu stadium

SUNDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 2015

Be Forward Wanderers vs CIVO United at Kamuzu stadium

Mzuni United vs Silver Strikers at Mzuzu stadium

Blue Eagles vs Airborne Rangers at Nankhaka

Dedza Young Soccer vs Red Lions at Dedza

EPAC FC vs Azam Tigers at CIVO

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via kumz
via kumz
5 years ago

vic dats gud move

Cathylyn Mumba
5 years ago

Civo imasewera mpira wa luso,morale ndi massive, possession imalamulila. Big up Vic

paul eldah
5 years ago

The nomads will beat Mafco 2morrow

Lovemaniac 91
Lovemaniac 91
5 years ago

Moti BB stil hav supporters? Shame on u cows!

Alufeyo chidaya
Alufeyo chidaya
5 years ago

Bt here we come

Kavanyo
Kavanyo
5 years ago

Tikadyenso monona mwa MAFCO!!!
Koma mauleee, aaaaaaaa!

waki
5 years ago

Reds mikango yaku Zomba,tiyambepo nthawi tilibe all the best guys

adam
adam
5 years ago

neba wayamba kale kulila

phillip mwale
5 years ago

Mabanker this is the time we have bn waiting 4 2nd round mabanker samanyetchela mabanker woyeeeeeeee

victor fenitala
victor fenitala
5 years ago

maule timakunyadilan,tilipambuyo panu

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