Van Geneugden ask fans for patience

Malawi national football team head coach Ronny  van Geneugden has asked football fans to be patient as he is aiming  to rebuild the national team for the better. The expatriate mentor said he and his colleague  Technical Director John Kaputa have already began the process of identifying technically gifted players for

Swam to coordinate Airtel Top 8 media awards

Airtel Malawi, sponsors of the elite football tournament, the Airtel Top 8 Cup has announced their partnership with Sports Writers Association of Malawi (SWAM) to coordinate the media awards for this year’s tournament.  The Top 8 Cup is set to kick off this Saturday at Bingu National Stadium and submissions for the media

Hayatou rules out Afcon switch

Confederation of African Football President Issa Hayatou has rejected any possibility of changing the timing of the African Nations Cup Finals despite the problems it poses for European-based players and their clubs. Hayatou, speaking at the opening of the Confederation's Congress in Ethiopia on Thursday, also said he expected the continent

Mhone ready for the Blue Eagles return

Former Blue Eagles football club midfielder, Micium Mhone, says he is ready to rejoin the Malawi Police Service sponsored side. He has said these following the termination of his contract with South Africa’s second tier side, Jomo Cosmos football football club. According to Mhone, he will be in this country at the

Tigers Playmaker quits

Azam  Tigers football club management is currently under panic following reports that its midfield hub, Yamikani Chester, has resigned. The Midfielder tendered his resignation letter to the Club's management on Tuesday afternoon, then he proceeded and drop another copy of the letter to Football Association of Malawi (FAM) offices in Blantyre. FAM's

Caf warns Cosafa

The Confederation of Africa Football has warned Cosafa over a planned meeting with other member associations which it says is "an attempt to destabilise" the governing body. Phillip Chiyangwa, the chairman of Cosafa - the Council of Southern African Football Associations - has called for a meeting with other African FA