Botswana, Malawi advance to Olympic qualifiers

Botswana and Malawi sealed their place in the next round of qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with victories in their first round, second leg ties on Tuesday. Malawi defeated Mozambique 3-0 to seal a 14-1 aggregate victory in what was a comprehensive display from the side over the two legs. The Chawinga sisters,

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Mwase names training squad for CHAN qualifiers

Malawi interim coach Meke Mwase has named his first 28-member squad to go into camp to start preparations for a 2020 African Nations Championship qualifier against Eswatini next week. The team will be camping at the Mpira Village in Blantyre and will start training on Tuesday morning. Mwase has replaced Belgian coach Ronny Van Geneugden,

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I believe in economical training – Mkandawire

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has appointed experienced coach Abel Mkandawire as the women’s national football team mentor. Mkandawire has been appointed ahead of the Caf Women’s 2020 Olympic qualifying matches against neighbouring Mozambique next month. Time might not be his best ally, but Mkandawire, the CAF A-Licence holder, is not losing sleep, telling CAFnews.com

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Ferroviaro win Malawi bonanza

Mozambican team Ferroviaro de Nampula won the championship of the inaugural pre-season Nyasa Big Four Bonanza which wound up in Blantyre, Malawi on March 4 2019. The bonanza involved the Mozambican team, Malawi league champions Nyasa Big Bullets, their rivals Be Forward Wanderers and Chicken Inn from Zimbabwe. Ferroviaro won the title on goal aggregate

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Botswana’s Letshwiti voted onto COSAFA Executive Committee

Botswana Football Association President Maclean Letshwiti has been voted onto the COSAFA Executive Committee at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting in Johannesburg on Saturday. Letshwiti fills the vacancy left by General Pedro Neto, who resigned last year having been sworn in as a Member of Parliament in Angola. Letshwiti was one of two candidates for

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Malawi hold Uganda in Kampala

COSAFA nation Malawi played to a 0-0 draw with East African side Uganda in their international friendly match in Kampala on Tuesday. The result is the fifth draw in their last six games, with the other result a 1-0 win over Togo last September, meaning The Flames have gone almost a year without defeat. It

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COSAFA clubs ready for CAF action

A host of club sides from the COSAFA region will begin their campaigns in African club competition this weekend, all eager to advance to the pool stages of the Champions League and Confederation Cup. Zambian side Zanaco host Armed Forces from Gambia in the first leg of their Champions League tie on Saturday, looking for

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Malawi in camp to assess players

The Malawi national team has gone into camp for assessment as coach Ronny van Geneugden looks to build towards the African Nations Cup qualifiers that have been shifted to September. Malawi are in qualification Group B along with Cameroon, Morocco and Comoros, and made a fine start to the pool last June with a 1-0

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FT – Malawi 1 Uganda 1

Welcome to our live coverage of the 2017 Mopani Copper Mines COSAFA Under-20 Championships Group A clash between Malawi and Uganda at the Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe on Monday! This is a winner-takes-all clash for top spot in the pool, while a draw will favour East African guests Uganda and see them finish in

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