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Silver strikers back at their base

Written by  Rahim Kamwana
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Blantyre, July 14, 2017: After a couple of games without using their home ground, the Lilongwe based TNM Super league giants, Silver Strikes have returned to their home ground which is the Silver Stadium.

Confirming the development Silver Striker’s General Secretary, Thabo Nyirenda said the stadium will start hosting matches very soon.

 “Playing at one’s home ground is always the best in terms of performance for each and every team, therefore we welcome this achievement in our camp as it will even raise the morale for both supporters and players,” said Nyirenda.

Silver strikers have played seven games with 11 points in which most of the games were played either at Bingu National stadium, Civo stadium or Nakhaka ground which to them was a challenge.

“We used to spend a lot of money on transport and accommodation for our players whenever we travelled,” said Nyirenda.

Nyirenda then added their fans should expect the best performance by their team as they will have confidence in playing at home.

“We do encourage them to come in large numbers and see their team playing at their home ground as they are player number twelve,” said Nyirenda.

Silver strikers will this week have a date against Nyasa Big Bullets. This is expected to be the game of the week as it was Silver Strikers’ wish to play this game at their home ground according to Nyirenda.

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