Flames date Zambia, SA and Egypt in friendlies

Flames' Robin Ngalande in action South Africa in 2012

The Flames are set to play three international friendly matches in preparation for the Cosafa Cup and 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The squad of local based players started camp on Tuesday a ahead of the busy schedule in the next two months.
The Malawi team will travel to Lusaka on 6th May 2015 to play an international friendly match against Zambia on 10th May 2015 as part of the preparations for Cosafa. The final traveling squad will be announced on 5th May 2015.
The Young Chimodzi coached side will then play a training match against South Africa on 20th May four days before meeting Mozambique in the quarterfinals of the Cosafa Cup.
Another friendly match will be against former Afcon Kings Egypt on 8th June in Cairo just six days before the Flames host Zimbabwe in their 2017 Africa Cup of Nation Qualifiers group L opening match.


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  1. Chaudley

    I do not think it will be a good idea for Flames to continue to play a friendly game with South Africa in the wake of zenophobic attacks on innocent Malawians

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