Defender Limbikani Mzava left ORT International Airport in Johannesburg , South Africa yesterday for Khartoum, Sudan to join the Flames squad ahead of Wednesday’s AFCON Qualifier against South Sudan.
He is expected to arrive in Khartoum on Tuesday morning.
The other five South Africa based players namely Dennis Chembezi, Khuda Muyaba, Richard Mbulu, Gerald Phiri Jnr and Gabadinho Mhango flew out of Johannesburg on Monday afternoon and are expected to arrive in Khartoum in the next two hours.
The Flames had their last training session at the Bahir Dar Stadium at 10 this morning and will flying out to Addis Ababa this evening (7 pm), where they will connect to Khartoum, Sudan, at 12 midnight.
Europe based trio of Peter Banda, Francisco Madinga and Charles Petro have left their respective bases this morning and will fly direct to Sudan via Turkey.
All the six South Africa based players namely Limbikani Mzava, Dennis Chembezi, Khuda Muyaba, Richard Mbulu, Gerald Phiri Jnr and Gabadinho Mhango will fly out of Johannesburg on Monday afternoon and are expected to arrive in Khartoum at 2 am on Tuesday.
The whole Flames delegation tested negative to Covid-19 following tests done yesterday.
Flames will face South Sudan in a 2022 AFCON Qualifier on Wednesday before hosting Uganda at the Kamuzu Stadium on Monday next week.