Guinea to ‘see red’


Stakeholders have embraced the Make Them See Red campaign—a Times Group brainchild—by calling on Flames supporters to put on red as the Malawi national football team host Guinea this afternoon at Kamuzu Stadium.

The two teams clash during the second leg of Africa Cup of Nations Group L qualifier.

Launched in October 2008 when the Flames beat Democratic Republic of Congo 2-1, the campaign has become a symbol of patriotism and a source of hope whenever the national football team is playing at home.


Times Group Editor-in-Chief, George Kasakula, has called on supporters to offer moral support to the Flames by putting on red and also cheering the team throughout the match.

“We, at Times Group, are happy to have initiated the Make Them See Red campaign. Every time there is a match, this campaign gains momentum and it intimidates our opponents. We are urging supporters to put on red attire and become the 12th player to motivate the Flames to beat Guinea,” Kasakula said.

Fam Commercial and Marketing Director, Limbani Matola, said the association was giving out free open stand tickets to those who will purchase Flames jerseys during this period.


“The whole idea is to make Guinea see red,” he said.

Well-known Flames supporters, Yona Malunga and Billy One, encouraged fellow supporters to wear red and cheer the Flames throughout the match.

“Everyone who will go to Kamuzu Stadium should wear red to frighten the visitors. We are playing at home and we need to cheer the Flames and boo Guinea throughout,” he said

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