Fomboni football Club (FC) goalkeeper has been admitted to Gombwa hospital in Blantyre after he collapsed at a filling station in Dedza.
Reports gathered by Malawi-sports.com indicate that the Madagascan citizen was stably fine when the team was leaving Comoros for Malawi.
Upon arrival in Malawi from Tanzania the team lodged in every road Block for clarification and other things which were being identified by the immigrant’s officers.
At Dedza town the club lodged for some minutes to fill its vehicle fuel, it was sad to note that on the same place the team’s goal keeper collapsed and was given first aid before they left for Blantyre.
In an interview with the press, Fomboni Prayer Wister Phiri said the goal keeper is now feeling better as he is still responding to treatment.
“It was a short illness but after some minutes he regained conscious and we left for Blantyre but after we arrived in at Chileka he was rushed to Gombwa hospital where he was admitted for proper medication,”
“I guess he was just tired because the journey was too horrible that no one can ever imagine how bad it was,” Wister Phiri said.
He however, assured the Nation that despite the problem they are ready to defeat Big Bullets this Saturday.
“Although we had a terrible journey to reach Malawi we are sure that nothing will change us as mighty Fomboni,” he said.
Fomboni is lodging at Dorvic Hotel in Blantyre and is set to start its preparation for the match today.
The club will face Big Bullets FC on Saturday at Kamuzu stadium in CAF Champions League.