Nyasa Times
Kafwafwa appointed Malawi team manager by FAM
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has appointed former international defender Clement Kafwafwa as team Manager for Senior Men’s National Team, the Flames. Kafwafwa replaces James Sangala who was doubling as team manager and  Football Aasociation of Malawi (FAM)  youth football...
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Nyasa Times
Ekwendeni crowned SIMSO Premier League champions
Ekwendeni Hammers Football Club was officially crowned champions of the 2019 SIMSO Premier League at a colourful event that took place at St John of God Centre in the city of Mzuzu on Saturday. The K5 million league is sponsored by Simama and Sons often shortened to just SIMSO. S...
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Malawi 24
Liverpool interested in 17-year old Malawian
Seventeen-year-old Henri Kumwenda could join Liverpool following his impressive performance with Leeds United academy. According to various reports in the UK, the English Premier League giants are one of the top clubs monitoring the progression of the Malawian forward. Kumwenda,...
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Malawi 24
Orlando Pirates’ Gabadinho Mhango tops chase for golden boot
Orlando Pirates sensational striker Gabadinho Mhango fired himself to the top of the Absa Premier Soccer League goal-scoring chart with a hat-trick in Tuesday’s 4-1 rout of Polokwane City. Within the opening 25 minutes, the 27-year old forward had already completed his mission wi...
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Nyasa Times
Chombo names squad for Malawi U-20 women’s World Cup qualifiers
Malawi U20 Women’s National team coach Maggie Chombo Sadik has named a 40 member squad to start  training camp in preparation for back to back FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup Preliminary Round qualifying games against Zimbabwe. The players are expected start training on Wednesday morn...
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The Nation
Women’s football star retires from national duty
Malawi women’s football star Linda Kasenda has retired from national duty after a 15-year service.
In a letter to Football Association of Malawi (FAM) copied to Skippers FC and National Women’s Football Association, the 32-year-old said she wants to give a chance to up-and-coming...
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