The country's football coaches body has asked the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) to review and take immediate action on Flames coach, Mario Marinica's performance after a 4-0 humiliation at the hands of Egypt on Tuesday.
The association's general secretary, Davie Mpima, said what happened on Tuesday was unacceptable and embarrassing to the country.
He said the team's performance has been disappointing and there is a need to take quick action before the team regroups for the remaining matches against Ethiopia in June and Guinea.
Mpima has since apologised to the football lovers in the country for the team's disappointing performance saying FAM's Sub Technical Committee should appoint a local caretaker panel to lead the Flames in the remaining games as they wait to advertise ...
Flames coach Mario Marinica says he is not ready to drop his role as head coach of the Flames.
Marinica said this during a post-match interview after the Malawi National Football Team was thrashed 4 - 0 by Egypt at Bingu National Stadium (BNS) in Lilongwe yesterday.
Marinica said Malawians must be more patient if his fast and furious football style is to begin bringing results.
A renowned governance and human rights advocate, Undule Mwakasungula has joined calls by some quarters of football lovers in the country calling for immediate firing of Malawi National Football team head coach Marian Mario Marinica.
Mwakasungula says it is not a secret that the Flames have been performing poorly since the Romanian was recruited, adding it is sad that Football Association of Malawi (FAM) continue to back him despite the poor results.
Mwakasungula has called on the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) to have confidence in local coaches and help them in building their capacity, as "from experience local coaches, with full support, have shown they can deliver."
The Flames' chances of qualifying for next year's Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) to be hosted by Ivory Coas...
Egypt National Football Team has arrived in the country for a return match in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier slated for Tuesday, 28 March, at the Bingu National stadium.
The Pharaohs' full squad which stunned the Flames in Cairo last Friday arrived at around 3 am through the Kamuzu International Airport and is expected to have the feel of the BNS this afternoon in their official training session.
Flames who resumed their training yesterday at the Civo Stadium look forward to turning the tables having received a boost with the return of Peter Banda who was a doubt for the Tuesday game after picking an injury in Cairo.
Nyasa Big Bullets have announced that midfielder Mike Mkwate has signed a two-year contract with the club.
He makes a return to Bullets as a free agent after leaving the club to join South Africa’s Polokwane City in 2021.
Mkwate joined Bullets in 2016 from Wizards FC and had a five-season spell with the Malawi champions before moving to the South African National First Division side where he played for one season before moving back home.
"This will be the second homecoming for the creative midfielder after a short loan stint with The People’s Team from Polokwane in the middle of the 2021/22 season as he was waiting for his international transfer clearance, "wrote the club on Facebook
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Katswiriyu anabadwira m'banja losauka zedi ndipo ali wachichepere amagwira maganyu n'cholinga choti azipeza zinthu zina m'moyo. Bambo ake anali woluka malichero ndi mabasiketi. Bambowa anaphunzitsa mwana waoyu lusoli ndipo anali kuthandizana kuti banja lizipeza chakudya.
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Chifukwa chosowa chithandizo cha chuma, Joseph sanapite patali ndi sukulu. Iye anaisiya ali sitandade 8.
Nkasa anayamba kuyimba ali wachichepere mu ...
Coach for Malawi National Football Team Mario Marinica has released a final list of players for the upcoming back-to-back African Cup of Nations encounter against Egypt.
The team left Saudi Arabia today for Cairo, Egypt where they will face the Pharaohs on Friday 24 March before a return match on 28 March at the Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.
Malawi is in Group D alongside Ethiopia, Guinea and Egypt.
Castel Malawi Limited has made an injection of K7 million into an exclusive dinner and dance featuring Lawi and Awilo Longomba slated for 29 April 2023 at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe.
The event has been organized to offer Malawians a moment of fun and dance with the ‘Karolina’ hit-maker.
The UK-based Longomba who originally is from the Democratic Republic of Congo is well known internationally for his music and mesmerising dancing skills.
Lawi expressed excitement to be sharing a stage with one of Africa’s great artists and encouraged Malawians to be part of the event as it is going to be a night to remember.
Apart from Castel, some of the partners include Epic Group and Amal Brand.
Podcast Malawi has today handed over a K450,000 cheque to Reggae Dancehall artist Chizmo Njuchi at a ceremony which took place at Podcast's studios in Lilongwe.
It follows an online fundraiser organised by the platform meant to raise one year house rentals for the artist, who revealed in a podcast how he had been struggling to make enough money to support his basic needs.
Podcast Malawi is a local YouTube channel that gives platform to different people to tell stories about their lives and what they do.
Chizmo shared harsh realities that a lot of artists in the industry face in their struggle to make ends meet, the development that made Podcast Malawi to step in and engaged fans into an online donation campaign.
Besides the donation, the initiative has also connected the artis...
The Ministry Of Youth and Sports says it will consider the finalisation of projects that were left unfinished during the Region 5 Youth Games.
Uchizi Mkandawire, Minister of Youth and Sports made the remarks when he inspected the facilities at Bingu National Stadium, Silver and Civo Stadiums on Wednesday to appreciate the progress of the work.
Despite Silver and Civo stadia being listed to host the past Region 5 Games none hosted even a single game due to the poor condition of the facilities hence failure to meet the requirements to host such an international tournament.
During the inspection, Mkandawire assured the public mostly the sports followers that somefacilities will be completed to make sure that they meet the standards to host international games.