Traditional rivals Be Forward Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets will slug it out in the Airtel Top 8 in the second semifinal. The draw was conducted on Sunday at Bingu National Stadium (BNS) at Area 48 in Lilongwe. The first semifinal saw Silver/Civil paire
Nyasa Big Bullets’ defender, Miracle Gabeya is coming home after both trials at South Africa Absa Premier Soccer League (PSL) sides hit a snag. Gabeya failed first trials at Kaizer Chiefs last week before relocating to Highlands Park which has been coll
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) have ordered Silver Strikers football club to stop using in-form winger, Thuso Paipi. Confirming this development ,Facility and transfer matching system manager, Casper Jangale, has said that six months loan transfer c
South African football scout, Martin Sekati, has stepped in to mediate on the wrangle between Nyasa Big Bullets and Polokwane City over the aborted transfer of the People’s Team’s burly striker, Muhammad Sulumba, to the South Africa Premiership club.
TNM Super League defending champions, Nyasa Big Bullets and Mafco FC are likely being fined for allegedly violating Club Licensing System requirements on qualifications of head coaches. Earlier this season, Football Association of Malawi (Fam) set a minim
Mighty Be Forward Wanderers has signed Nigerian player, Saheen Oluwa Shinaoomi who plays in attaching position, despite they already have Amos Bello and their squad is full. Surprisingly, the same Wanderers released Kondwani Kumwenda, who was their so
Harold Fote, the Former Nyasa Big Bullets general secretary confirmed that the contract which Jaffale Chande submitted to Football Association Malawi (FAM) is original. Over weeks have been several developments on this matter where by some people start be
Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has made a decision to start super league this Saturday, 16 April with 14 teams not 15 teams as it used to be. The teams in Super league are always 16, but as recently development two teams have got issues to be sorted out.
The rumor is putting about that Nyasa Big Bullets vice-general secretary Kelvin Moyo demanded a bribe of K 800 000 from Be Forward Wanderers on the transfer of Jaffalie Chande. Mayo flew to the range after hearing such horrible news about him. Therefore,
Jafalie Chande accused the Nyasa Big Bullets to produce forged documents of his contract so that he may not join Be Forward Wanderers. Chande who joined Bullets in 2014 from Epac United made a dramatic move to join Wanderers as free agent due to his contr