EPAC sailing through troubled waters


It never rains but pours for Malawi top tier relegation threatened EPAC F.C after losing vital points to Kamuzu Barracks on Friday at Silver Stadium in Lilongwe.

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EPAC: Lost to KB. (File)

Two goals from Manasse Chiyesa were enough for Kamuzu Barracks to move up to fourth on the log table of the Super League, in a match the winners protested notable refereeing decisions.

Mude Geoffery scored an only consolation goal for EPAC whose survival in the top flight remains cloudy.

Dave Banda was shown a third red card for him this season. He was red carded over foul language on the referee according to match commissioners.

After 90 minutes it ended EPAC 1-2 Kamuzu Barrack.

Speaking after the match, Assistant Coach for Kamuzu Barracks, Kennedy Nkhoma blamed the officiation despite the win.

“Though we have won but it is not that all of us we can pay referees to officiate our matches fairy,” said Nkhoma.



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