Big Bullets, Civil clash


CIVIL Sporting Club invade Blantyre this afternoon for a Carlsberg Cup round of 32 assignment against Nyasa Big Bullets at MDC Stadium in Chilomoni Township.

Football Association of Malawi (Fam) Competitions Manager, Gomezgani Zakazaka, said all was set for the round of 32 games that would run until next week Thursday.

“As Fam we are happy to announce that the national tournament is back and we have put in place measures to make sure that the round of 32 games should run smoothly,” Zakazaka said.


Civil Team Manager, Gabriel Chirwa, said meeting Bullets was a huge task.

Chirwa attributed the club’s poor run of form this season to lack of coordination following the merger of the now defunct Epac and Civo United.

“If we do well against Bullets, I do not see us having problems with the rest of the forthcoming fixtures. We have changed our style of play and the boys are working hard,” Chirwa said.


Bullets Assistant Coach, Elia Kananji, said after failing to clinch the Airtel Top 8 Cup, they were determined to win the Carlsberg Cup.

“We have agreed that after failing to win the Airtel Top 8 Cup, we need to grab one of the remaining silverwares. With the way the boys are responding to training, we are confident that we will carry the day,” Kananji said.

Meanwhile, TNM Super League defending champions, Kamuzu Barracks, meet Mtsiliza United at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe today.

KB are smarting from 1-0 and 2-1 away losses to Bullets and Blantyre United, respectively, over the weekend.

At Balaka Stadium, Moyale Barracks also face a tricky fixture this afternoon against minnows Mwaza Boarder United.

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