Whistles are being blown by self acclaimed soccer pundit, Kim Kamau that the Malawi national football team players were spending most of their time out of the camp; out to booze and spend nights between the legs of prostitutes at the Cecafa in Ethiopia where their performance was not enough to sail them past the quarterfinal stage.
In a Sports interactive program, Tizame pa Masewero hosted by Dixon Chivwati Gondwe on Tuesday on Galaxy FM Radio, Kamau alleged that this should have been the reason the Flames performance started deteriorating having recorded two wins in the opening games.
According to Kamau who recently brushed off a post that Mighty Wanderers had slated for him to pick claimed that he had verified information which e would not share on air.
”I have evidence that the players were going out to drink, and do all sorts of other bad behaviors. You name them. This was even days before their next matches. I have evidence” said Kamau before being railed at Galaxy FM reporter Thoma Psyata who wondered why the pundit would want to leave people in suspense.
”But why did you say that in the first place if you did no want people to know that you should have just kept quite” said Psyata before Kamau said he had personal reasons for doing that.
Kamau has been criticized for tackling sports issues without any background information.
At some point he said on the same program that English Premier League side, Chelsea had scored a beautiful goal through Oscar, but the sole goal in a game the Jose Mourihno side won was scored by Willian.
At the moment, leader of the delegation to Ethipia, Alexander Waya has downplayed the reports saying that he is not aware of anything.
Waya says that the Flames players would not do that as they know what behaviors are allowed of them.
”This is not true. Our players behaved well and am afraid to say that none of them did what you people are hearing”.
Malawi24 has apparently been tipped that authorities at the FA are being forced to probe the truth behind the whole issue.
In the opening game, the Flames beat Sudan 2-1 before winning again against Djbiout 3-0.
The Malawi team then stumbled to South Sudan 0-2 before Uganda who won the tourney beat them 2-0.