Flames Starts Training in Chad
The Flames have started training in D’jamena ahead of their 2013 Africa Cup of Nations first leg match against the hosts on Wednesday.
Ironically, Chad is graveyard for the Flames and the Malawi team should be praying hard that the ghosts that haunted the team in 2011 should not resurface.
Just needing a draw to qualify for the 2012 AFCON, the Flames conceded a late goal that sent them packing from the tournament.
Zodiak online reporter, Mike Bango who is with the team in D’jamena, says the Flames arrived safely on Sunday after a 2 hour off at the Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe.
The professionals joined the team at Jomo Kenyatta Airport around 20 minutes past 6 in the evening the same Sunday.
“All the professional players called for this match have arrived except Spain based Robin Ngalande who failed due to flight cancellation,” says leader of delegation Moses Mkandawire.
Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Sports Alex Mseka has also accompanied the team.—Zodiak Online
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