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Sunday, 05 November 2017 09:43

Flames commence preparations for Lesotho game

Written by  Arkangel Tembo

Blantyre, November 5, 2017:  Malawi National Soccer Team, ‘The Flames’ regroups in Lilongwe a head of the game against Lesotho on Saturday in a friendly match at the Bingu National Stadium.

The squad is comprise  28 local and foreign based players.

The squad has seen old guards like Chiukepo Msowoya, Robin Ngalande, Schumaker Kuwali, Chawanangwa Kawonga and Atusaye Nyondo recalled after being sidelined for a long time.

Msowoya’s performance has been superb having scored more than five goals in the TNM Super League, while Nyondo and Ngalande are enjoying rich form at their respective clubs in South Africa.

Making his debut call for Flames camp is Be Forward Wanderers left back, Precious Sambani, who has enjoyed his game with his club.

Sambani described his call up to the senior team as a big motivation.

"This will make me to work hard in my career. It is a wish of any player to play for the national team and this will make me to work more extra hard,” he hoped.

The following players have been called into camp to report for training on Sunday, November 5, 2017.


1. Munthali Brighton- Silver Strikers
2. Chipuwa Richard - Be forward Wanderers
3. Thom Charles -Dwangwa FC
4. Swini Charles - HBC Songo (Mozambique)

6. Denis Chembezi -Wizards FC
7. Stanley Sanudi -Be Forward Wanderers FC
8. Mzava Limbikani Golden Arrows FC (RSA)
9. Chirwa Gomezgani -Civil Sporting Club FC
10. Mircale Gabeya  -NMC Big Bullets FC
11. Fodya Yamikani -NMC Big Bullets FC
12. Lanjesi John- NMC Big Bullets FC
13. Precious Sambani -Be Forward Wanderers FC


14. Chikoti Chirwa- Red Lions FC
15. Chimwemwe Idana- NMC Big Bullets Youth FC
16. Levison Maganizo - Silver Strikers FC
16. Gerald Phiri Jnr Bidvest Wits (South Africa)
17. Robert Ng’ambi Platinum Stars (South Africa)


18. Chawanangwa Kaonga - Chibuto (Mozambique)
19. Schumacher Kuwali - Ferroviaro de Nampula (Mozambique)
20. Fletcher Bandawe Civil Sporting Club 
21. Atusaye Nyondo Bloemfontein Celtic (South Africa)
22. Jabulani Linje - Be Forward Wanderers FC
23. Righteous Banda- Civil Sporting Club
24. Gabadinho Mhango- Bidvest Wits (South Africa)
25. Dalitso Sailesi - Lusaka Dynamos (Zambia)
26. John Banda - Ferroviaro de Nampula (Mozambique)
27. Chiukepo Msowoya NMC Big Bullets FC
28. Robin Ngalande- Baroka FC (South Africa)


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