Southern Region Premier Division side, Michiru Madrid, have called for financial support ahead of their Carlsberg Cup quarter-final match against Moyale Barracks in Mzuzu on Saturday.
Madrid came from behind to beat Super League side, Chitipa United, 3-2 at Chilomoni Stadium on Friday to book the last-eight slot.
Edwin Carlos and Charles Chipala (a brace) scored for Madrid whereas Wacheta Mwenefumbo and Mwango Phiri were on target for Chitipa.
Madrid patron, Sam Mangansanja, said they were crippled financially.
He said when they registered for the competition, they did not expect to progress this far.
“We are looking for any support from the corporate world to enable us to travel to Mzuzu and play against Moyale Barracks.
“This is a small team with talented players and that is why we have reached this stage. Travelling to Mzuzu will cost us a lot,” said Mangansanja, whose team also booted out from the competition, Super League side, Masters Security FC.
In other quarter-finals, defending champions, Be Forward Wanderers, meet Blue Eagles at Civo Stadium on Saturday.
On Sunday, Nyasa Big Bullets will play Cobbe Barracks at Balaka Stadium as Kasungu Police take on Red Lions at Civo Stadium.
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