Bingu National Stadium (BNS) authorities says there is need for k 5 million to host the second leg of the CAF confederations cup between Masters Security and Proline FC.
Earlier Masters Security wanted the match against the Ugandan side to be played at Civo stadium but Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has taken the match to BNS.
Commenting on the development Masters Security general secretary Christopher Njewula said they will have to follow the FA’s decision.
“We proposed to play the game at Civo stadium as it’s similar to our home ground Dedza stadium. But all the same BNS has also natural grass so it is not a big cause of worry. we have to follow what the FA is saying”, he said.
The 2018 Calsberg cup winners will go into the match 3-0 down as they lost in the first leg two weeks ago in Uganda.
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