Masters Security FC, Mzuni FC living dangerously


Masters and Mzuni football clubs continue to live dangerously in the TNM Super League following disappointing results over the weekend.

The two will finish the season with 32 points if they win their remaining games and could be joined by either Dwangwa or Mlatho Mponela depending on their results.

Blantyre-based Ntopwa are also not completely safe from relegation and need to win all their remaining games to be assured of safety.


Masters lost 2-1 to Moyale on Saturday, a result that left them still anchoring the log table with 17 points from 25 games.

Mzuni are on position 13 with 23 points from 27 games after collecting just a point out of a possible six in the Central Region.

But the Green Intellectuals’ Coach, Gilbert Chirwa, said he was optimistic of survival.


“We are doing everything possible to remain in the Super League and things will work out. I have a young squad that is capable of delivering,” Chirwa said.

Another relegation candidate, Mlatho Mponela, lies 15th on the table with 22 points from 25 games, with a maximum points count of 38.

Dwangwa are also living dangerously on 14th position having played 25 games and amassing 23 points. They can amass 32 points if they win all their remaining games.

Despite their 4-3 win over Savenda Chitipa on Sunday, Ntopwa still have to continue fighting.

The Isaac ‘Jomo’ Osman-owned team is on position 12 with 26 points having played 27 games.

Their maximum points count is 35 and must collect full points against Blue Eagles, Masters Security and Karonga United if they are survive the chop.

Ntopwa play Blue Eagles on Saturday at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

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