Malawi football clubs snubbed again


Despite winning more than 43 domestic trophies, Big Bullets FC has once again missed out on the latest Africa Football Database’s annual rankings.

According to the website, which allocates based on the club’s performances, Bullets alongside their sworn rivals Mighty Wanderers are nowhere to be seen on the list which is dominated by North African countries.

Big Bullets

Bullets not in the liit as well.

Our fellow Southern African countries such as South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique have their teams included in the list which has more than 600 African teams.

South Africa duo of Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates are ranked 4th and 24th respectively.

Mamelodi Sundowns are 12th, with Gerald Phiri Jnr’s Bidvest Wits on position 30th whilst Gabadinho Mhango’s Bloemfontein Celtic are on position 40.

Zimbabwe’s duo of FC Platinum and Highlanders are on position 34 and 35 respectively. George Nyirenda’s Caps United is ranked 43 in the continent.

Zesco United of Zambia is on position 92 with Zanaco ranked on position 98. Bullets was the only side to have made it in the top 8 list of Confederation of African Football (CAF) in 2004 following a successful campaign in CAF Champions League.

These newly released rankings were updated on 4 October 2015.

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