Football News Briefs- Monday 26th January 2015

Harawa in cap set for a move to Mauritius

Green Harawa Mauritius Bound- The Nation
In a twist of events, Silver Strikers playmaker Green Harawa is set to head for Mauritius this week. Initially, Harawa was supposed to travel to Botswana where he had a deal with  Extension Gunners, But Silver Management are oiling a more lucrative deal with unnamed  club in Mauritius.
MDF Rebuffs Bullets- The Nation
It seems it does not rain but pour for Big Bullets whose efforts to sign Harvey Mkacha and Gastin Simkonda have been rejected by the Malawi Defence Force. After failing to sign a number of top players they had targeted, Bullets were hoping to get Moyale Barracks’s talisman Simkonda and Kamuzu Barracks skipper Mkacha on loan.
Ramadhan Downplays BB Lapses- The Nation
The defending during the 3-3 draw with Red Lions was atrocious at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday, but Big Bullets coach Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan insists there is no cause for worry after this fund raising match for flood victims. Bullets who are shaping for next month’s CAF Champions League duty, surrendered meekly a two-goal advantage to trail even when the Lions were reduced to 10 men before two-goal hero Jaffalie Chandie restored parity. However Ramadhan called for context of the result as the tram trained for a week only.
FAM regulates friendly games- Daily Times
TNM Super League clubs will now have to seek permission from Football Association of Malawi if they want to play friendly games. In a letter addressed to Super League of Malawi FAM general secretary Suzgo Nyirenda said no team can play in a friendly without FAM’s permission


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