Super League Update

  • November 3, 2014
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Deus Mkutu

It remains a three horse race (Big Bullets, Moyale & Blue Eagles) to the finishing line but following their lose to Kamuzu Barracks, Blue Eagles have reduced their chance of getting their first title considerably.

Big Bullets are yet to lose at home and have a single game to play at home. Blue Eagles are still the highest scoring team in the elite league having scored 45 goals. Big Bullets and rookies Airborne Rangers have the highest scoring home record since this far they have scored 24 home goals each. Karonga United have yet to manage an away victory and have to try to do that in their remaining two matches. The have also conceded the most goals after letting their goalkeepers do the shameful act of collecting the ball behind their goal 49 times. With 18 goals conceded Big Bullets boost having the most water tight defense followed by their struggling rivals Mighty Wanderers and Moyale who have conceded 20 goals each.

Epac F.C have drawn the most (12 matches) in the league. Red Lions and Mighty Wanderers have a zero goal difference this far in the league. Chikwawa United and Red Lions have accrued the most cards (39 cards each).

The top scorers in the league are :-  16 goals: Deus Nkutu (MOYALE), 12 goals: Kumbukani Mwambeni (RED LIONS) & Gastin Simkonda (MOYALE), 11 goals: Asedi Ayami {Own Goal against Big Bullets F.C} (AIRBORNE RANGERS), 10 goals: Calisto Kalinda (MAFCO F.C), 9 goals: Micium Mhone (BLUE EAGLES), Kelvin Haganda (KAMUZU BARRACKS) & Bright Munthali (AZAM TIGERS), 8 goals: Charles Ngosi (BLUE EAGLES) & Leonard Mgemezulu (AIRBORNE RANGERS), 7 goals: Schumacher Kuwali & John Malidadi Jnr.(BLUE EAGLES), Jafali Chande {Six goals for Epac F.C.} (BIG BULLETS), Isaac Kaliyati (AZAM TIGERS) & Raphael Phiri (KARONGA UNITED), 6 goals: Chawanangwa Kawonga, Peter Wadabwa & Blessings Tembo (SILVER STRIKERS), Vincent Nyangulu & Jabulani Linje (CIVO UNITED), Jimmy Zakazaka & Fraizer Menyani {Three goals for Azam Tigers}(BIG BULLETS), John Banda (BLUE EAGLES) & Peter Katsonga (AZAM TIGERS)

26 games now remain to wrap up the season. At this crucial moment of the league all the 15 teams in the league are edged to guard against acts of hooliganism, intimidation and the use of offensive, provocative language before, during and at the end of all matches, the contrary shall be dealt with in accordance with the necessary governing books.

 

 

 

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