The Daily Times
Celtic admit Gabadinho blow
Bloemfontein Celtic CEO Khumbulani Konco has for the first time after terminating unilaterally Gabadinho Mhango’s contract admitted that the Malawian star’s exit is a big blow to the South African Premier Soccer League side.
With Five months remaining on his contract, Celtic fired Mhango last week learning that he had signed a three- year pre- contract with Bidvest Wits. Mhango Might be out of action until July when he will join Wits Officially.
Wanderers replace Electoral College
With less than a week before Be Forward Wanderers elect their supporters committee, the club’s board of trustees met on Friday night to agree on modalities for the electoral process.
Football Association of Malawi and Sulom would be asked to oversee the elections to ensure that they are free and fair, replacing the team’s Electoral College that was in charge of the club’s last polls.
Civo get bus Boost
Civo United players were all the smiles yesterday when Chief Secretary to the government. George Mkondiwa lived up to his promise and presented a brand new 32- seater Toyota Coaster to ease transport.
BB Clean House
Nyasa Big Bullets FC board of Trustees says it has resolved the club’s executive committee fallout which led to the emergence of two factions. One of the factions was led by Chairperson Samuel Chilunga and the other by vice chairperson Sadiki Malinga.
This follows a meeting which the trustees called in Blantyre on Saturday.
Malawi hosts TD’s Seminar
FAM will from today host a five day technical director’s course which has been organised by the World football governing body Fifa. The course has attracted 14 participants from Southern and Eastern Africa and 10 facilitators and observers from Fifa and Confederation of African Football- CAF
NWFA to Introduce u-17 FAM Cup
The National Women Football Association has announced that this year’s edition of the FAM Cup will be restricted to the Under-17 players. In the past the tournament was for the Under- 20 age group