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Dwangwa United need K30m for 2016 season

  Chipiku League champions Dwangwa United have pegged their budget for the 2016 TNM Super League season at K30 million (about $43 842) . The Central Region Football Association   (CRFA) league champions have since embarked on a campaign to lobby several companies and individuals for segmented sponsorship. Dwangwa team manager David Mwandira expressed optimism that…

CRFA hails successful Chipiku League

  Despite Dwangwa United being declared the Central Region Football Association (CRFA) Chipiku League champions four weeks ago, the league officially ends this week. In an interview during the week, CRFA chairperson Austin Ajawa has described the league as “very successful and incident free.” “I believe a great job has been done in 2015 season.…

Epac owner U-turns on sponsorship

  Super League relegation battlers Epac United financier Dini Josaya Banda has vowed to continue sponsoring the club even if it drops into the Central Region Football Association (CRFA) Premier League on Saturday. Josaya recently threatened to withdraw sponsorship after fellow Super League teams were continuously poaching players from the club, a development he said…

Dwangwa in double win

The K7.5 million Chipiku Central Region Football Association (CRFA) Premier League leaders Dwangwa United, recovered from a poor start to the second round to beat Support Battalion 2-0 in Nkhotakota on Saturday. Dwangwa lost 2-1 at Nambuma last Saturday, but put up a great performance against Support. Goals from Jack Chiona and Kondwani Bag were…

Regional leagues fail football calendar

The harmonisation of football calendar remains a pipe dream as regional leagues have failed to complete their first-round fixtures as scheduled due to, among other reasons, shortage of venues and administrative hitches, Nation on Sunday has learnt. This follows news that Nsejjere Southern Region Football Association (SRFA) League, Chipiku Central Region Football Association (CRFA) League…

Super League up to 16 teams next season

TNM Super League looks certain to have 16 teams starting next season. This follows the overwhelming Super League of Malawi (Sulom) constitutional review recommendations to increase the number from the current 15. The increase is subject to Sulom extraordinary general meeting (EGM) approval. Once endorsed, two teams only will be relegated this season with three…