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FAM to receives $1.5 million for Covid-19 Relief Plan regulations
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) will receive US$1.5 million (about MK 1.1 billion) Covid-19 Relief fund from the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA). The US$ 1 million will be allocated to men’s football (clubs and players) while the remaining US$ 500 000...
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FA Malawi gets rid of ‘rebellious’ Beach Soccer committee
Barely seven months after incumbent Football Association of Malawi (Fam) president Walter Nyamilandu won his bid for a fifth term of office, the local FA has got rid of the Beach Soccer Malawi executive committee, which rallied for Nyamilandu’s opponent James Mwenda during the De...
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Minister Msungama tells FA Malawi boss to be apolitical
Sports Minister Ulemu Msungama has cautioned Football Association of Malawi (Fam) president Walter Nyamilandu against actively engaging in partisan politics. Msungama made the direct appeal on Thursday during his familiarisation tour at the FAM offices. During his tour, the minis...
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Sports minister Msungama says FA Malawi boss politically compromised
Newly- appointed Minister of Sports Ulemu Msungama has accused Football Association of Malawi (FAM) president Mac Milan Walter Nyamilandu of being politically compromised for his active role in the former ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP). Nyamilandu has been accused of p...
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I am not a cadet – Nyamilandu
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) President Walter Nyamilandu says he is not affiliated to any political party but his association works with the government of the day. He was responding to the sentiments made by the newly appointed Sports Minister Ulemu Msungama who accused t...
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FAM to consider extending COVID-19 Relief Program
The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) says it will consider extending the duration of the Relief Program which is targeting registered football players and officials. Hara said this at Rab processors offices in Mzuzu where he launched the COVID-19 food relief packs distributio...
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