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Malawian referee attends CAF Elite B Referees online course
FIFA Assistant Referee Clemence Kanduku is attending a 5-day CAF Elite B Referees On-line course organised by the African Football governing body. The course, which started on Monday September 14, has attached participants from all English speaking countries across the continent....
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Government should come out clearly on sports resumption
It is obvious that there is an apparent disconnect between Malawi Government, sports associations and reality. As it is, associations are seriously hoping to resume their games as soon as possible- perhaps with no spectators allowed and a global crisis which is showing no signs o...
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ACB to decide on probing Football Association of Malawi
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) says it will sit down to look at a report involving corruption at the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) to determine whether the issues raised in the report fall under its mandate to investigate. The bureau says it has received a report from a...
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Ministry of Sports dates FAM on football resumption
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) on Wednesday held a meeting with the Minister of Youth and Sports Ulemu Msungama on possible resumption of football which was suspended in March due to Covid-19 pandemic. The FA was led by its President Walter Nyamilandu who was accompanied by...
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Fifa approves Woods-Nkhutabasa as Malawi’s certified intermediary
The world football governing body Fifa  has approved Belgium-based Malawian James Woods Nkhutabasa as a  certified intermediary in football players’ transfers. Woods-Nkhutabasa  –  who had  brief stint as a footballer  where he was called up to the Malawi national football team t...
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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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