In this second instalment, Sportsxtra sticks its neck out on the chopping board, analysing how the 15 teams are likely to fare this season. Having won the title for three consecutive seasons, all eyes will certainly be on Silver Strikers. Steady sponsorship, depth in quality players, the Bankers are by far the best side on the land.
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- Written by Singayazi Kaminjolo
Super League entrants Evirom from the South, Mponela United from the Centre and Super Eagles from the North are not leaving anything to chance in their quest to survive in the top-flight league.
The four clubs have embarked on financial projects to enable them to take care of their players and fulfil fixtures.
With domestic football pride, the TNM Super League, rolling to life last week, SPORTSXTRA sticks its neck out on the chopping board, analysing how the 15 teams are likely to fare this season. Having won the title for three consecutive seasons, all eyes will certainly be on Silver Strikers. Steady sponsorship, depth in quality players, the Bankers are by far the best side on the land.
continues retracing Malawi Under-17 football team players who, despite gaining valuable international experience when they qualified for the Africa Youth Championship and the World Youth Championship, were discarded.
In this entry, we look at the 2008 class’ second-choice goalkeeper Victor Nangwale who seems to be living up to his potential at Kamuzu Barracks (KB) FC.
Malawi’s veteran youth national football team coach John Kaputa is justifiably unhappy that, save for two players, the Under-17 class of 2008 he guided to the 2009 Africa Youth Championship finals in Algeria and the Youth World Cup in Nigeria, has been discarded.
“After the World Cup, my technical report to FAM indicated that we should take the whole group to the Under-20 and then move it to the Under-23. I suggested training camps for the team for the players to stick together, but we never got any support from FAM. It is frustrating to see all that effort being wasted,” Kaputa told Nation on Sunday of March 17 2013.
Since the academy concept is new in Malawi, all eyes should be on what products would the Surestream produce. The academy has an ambitious plan to build a school to meet education and school needs of youngsters.