Thursday, October 21, 2021

Flames takes on South Sudan

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The Malawi national football team, The Flames is starting 2021 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against South Sudan today at Kamuzu stadium in...

FDH Bank is new sponsor of Malawi netball

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Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) has unveiled FDH Bank as a new sponsor for the Malawi Queens.The Bank has pumped in K360 Million...

TNM Zampira winners off to watch Champions League match

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TNM Plc, the long-time sponsor of the top flight TNM Super League, has rewarded the two fans who won a trip to Spain in...

Flames to regroup on Sunday

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The Flames local based players who started training on Monday in preparation for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifying games against...

It’s Hard To Fast And Play Football – Swadick Sanudi

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Footballers playing in the top flight league have admitted that it is not easy to play while fasting but rather it is possible because...

Sri Lanka: Pakistan reach Cricket World T20 semis

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COLOMBO, (The News): Good news for Pakistan cricket fans: the Greenshirts have qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC World Twenty20. Pakistan did what they...

Press Release: Mo leads record Muslim haul of Olympic medals

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The Muslim News WORLD EXCLUSIVE  A record of 65 Muslim Olympians won medals at London 2012, led by Somali-born Mo Farah, the first Briton to...

Covering Muslim women: The Olympics and beyond

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  VANCOUVER — On Aug. 4, Wojdan Shaherkani became the first Saudi woman to compete in the Olympics. While her judo match lasted a mere...

Fasting And Football – How Ramadan Impacts Pre-season Preparation

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In today’s footballing world, clubs control every last detail of a player’s lifestyle, from their workout plans in the gym, to regimented diets, and even sleeping habits. For the next month, however, the Islamic month of Ramadan will make things a little bit complicated for the Premier League’s ever increasing Muslim contingent.

FFF to maintain headscarf ban despite FIFA approval

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The French Football Federation (FFF) will continue to ban women wearing headscarves during matches, despite FIFA's approval of the attire. FIFA announced on Thursday that...

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