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Zambia retain COSAFA under 20 Cosafa title

Cup finals are won by special and individual brilliance, and that’s the summation of the Under-20?s victory in Gaborone after the Keagan Mumba coached side came from a goal down to beat the stubborn Angolan youngsters in what was a nerve wrecking final.

Referees Disappointed Me – Phiri, Malawi Flames

Dar es Salaam — A day after Malawi crashed out of the Cecafa Tusker Challenge Cup, head coach Kinnah Phiri railed against the officiating and called upon the governing body to take steps. The Flames squared off against the Tanzania Mainland team, Kilima

Flames hold favourites Sudan in Tusker tourney

MZUZU–The Malawi national team on Wednesday showed their resolve that they are in Tanzania not just as guest participants but serious contenders for the East and Central Africa Football Associations (Cecafa) Tusker Senior Challenge Cup when they amb

African football tour in Malawi

Life changing football tours for individuals or groups to Malawi, playing real African teams whilst discovering a beautiful country and traditional African culture. “Unlike other commercially based tours any profits made from this tour go directly to fu

Malawi Queens Romp Home past Ring-Rusty Proteas

After defeating the Malawi Queens at the World Netball Championships in July, the Spar Proteas walked on court confident that they could defeat their African nemesis. However, it was the Malawians that were the better team in Perth, Australia on Sunday, a

Seedings for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations draw

THE seedings for the 2012 Africa Nations Cup to be jointly held in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea are out, Times Sport can establish. The Amavubi Stars are placed in Pot 2 alongside Malawi, Morocco, Guinea, Kenya, Sudan, South Africa, Senegal, Uganda, Cape

Flames Eye Second Position

BY COSMAS WAYIYATSA The Malawi National Football Team, the Flames, are eyeing the second spot in the group K of the African Cup of Nations. Speaking before his departure Flames coach, Kinnah Phiri, promised fireworks and that his charges will deliver come