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Four PSL players in Flames squad



Four PSL players have made the Flames' 20-member squad to face Bafana Bafana in Durban on December 22 in a strength-testing match.

The four are among seven foreign based players, alongside Mozambique based Zicco Mkanda, Simplex Nthala and James Sangala from Angola league.

The rest are home based players mostly PSL rejects.

Conspicuously left out by coach Kinnah Phiri are BidVest Wits University striker Robin Ngalande and veteran Esau Kanyenda of Bay United.

Speaking to supersport.com before the squad's release, Flames technical advisor Jack Chamangwana declared that "we are ready to give Bafana Bafana a run for their money."

Flames squad:

Goalkeepers: Simplex Nthala and Charles Swini;

Defenders: Limbikani Mzava, Harry Nyirenda, James Sangala, Moses Chavula, Foster Namwela, John Lanjesi and Steve Chagoma;

Midfielders: Robert Ng’ambi, Joseph Kamwendo, Chimango Kayira, Phillip Masiye, Micium Mhone, Frank Banda and Dave Banda;

Strikers: Atusaye Nyondo, Zicco Mkanda, Gabadinho Mhango and Chiukepo Msowoya.



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