Kinna Phiri – Zampirampira.com – Football, Netball, Basketball, Hockey,Tennis and sports in Malawi

Tags Archives: Kinna Phiri

Not Malawi again, says Kinnah

While the Belgian, Thom Saintfiet, left with a bleeding heart and a strong conviction that FAM will reconsider him to coach the country football national team again, former coach of the flames Kinnah Phiri has vowed that he will never again coach the coun

Of coach Kinnah and cocktail of confusion

Fam is trying to play a funny game with Flames coach Kinnah Phiri, the man who has inflicted deep wounds on our souls. This is the gentleman who a couple of weeks ago enjoyed a free police escort from the ground to the dressing room, to keep him away from

Kinnah Phiri will not be fired, says govt

Despite Malawi national football team (the Flames) successive failure to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations, government insists coach Kinnah Phiri will stay put. Youth and Sports Minister Enoch Chihana has said government has no plans to terminate Kinn

Malawi keeps hope of 2013 AFCON alive

On Saturday 8 September 2012, Malawi lost 2-0 to Ghana in a first leg, second round 2-13 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier played at the Ohene Jan Stadium. Full of hope Beaten in the first leg, Malawi will now hope to overturn the two goal deficit w

Malawi off to Ghana

The Flames left the country last Sunday afternoon for Ghana via Liberia where they will play a friendly game on Tuesday before proceeding to Accra for this coming Saturday’s crucial 2013 Africa Cup of Nations final qualification round first leg against

Chipolopolo face Malawi in friendly

THE Zambia soccer team comprising mainly local-based players will play Malawi on July 6 in an international friendly match that coach Herve Renard will use to keep his home players fit. Renard is expected to unveil his home-grown developmental Chipolopolo

Kinnah Phiri's fate on June 18

The fate of Flames coach Kinnah Phiri will be known on June18 when government convenes a stakeholders meeting to discuss whether the coach and his back room staff deserve new contracts. The stakeholders meeting will be held just a day after Malawi’s