Ex Flames goalkeeper Trust Lunda’s leg amputated

Trust Lunda

Trust Lunda has his leg amputated.

Former Malawi national team and Nyasa Big Bullets goalkeeper Trust Lunda has had his leg amputated at Kamuzu central hospital, Malawi24 has learnt.

Information reaching this publication indicates that the former Bullets goal custodian Lunda was found with cancer 2 years ago.

A few weeks ago Lunda was admitted at Lilongwe Central hospital after he was critically ill and last week Lunda had his amputated.

Bullets general secretary Kelvin Moyo was quoted by Malawi24 saying Lunda is being taken care of by the team’s management.

Meanwhile some well wishers have been assisting the former Bullets goal custodian since he fail ill two years ago.

Lunda hanged up his boots some years ago and he started suffering from cancer two years ago.

In his career he played for Dwasco F.C and Big Bullets before going to South Africa for greener pasture.



  1. Maganizo anga ndikanakonda kuti ma player anthu akanapanga ma chality games pachachaka oti ndalama yake yizipita ku players allfar yawo kuti yiziwathandiza pa mabvuto amene amakumana nawo akakhala mumabvuto omwe angakumane nawo pabvuto lililonse limene lingabwele panthawi yimene abvutika, zimenezi aganizilepo kwambiri akhale ndi bungwe loyang’ananila izi coz iwo alibe pession plz players work on that or find an insurance company kuti ayendese maganizo amenewa

  2. Very sad news, you were once a difficult goal keeper to compromise in Bullets fc.and you inspired alot of young boys in Bullets den( Ndilande BT) I wish you well my brother,God bless.

  3. get well soon brother. may God’s grace be sufficient unto you. You will live and see yourself growing old if it is God’s will.