Northern region TNM super league representatives Mzuzu warriors has taken an extra mile as they want to build a club house as one way of fulfilling club licensing requirements as well as a tool to help them source revenue to help in the daily administrative works of the club.
According to General Secretary of the club Donnex Chilonga, the team has already sourced money amounting to K2 million to help in the project but they are still hunting for a great place to build their structure.
“We have been looking for an attractive place for us to build a club house but so far we haven’t established a good place within the city of Mzuzu where we can put up a good structure for the team. We want a club house where we should be able to run a bottle store and a restraunt business which should help us to source revenue to help us run the club,” he said.
Chilonga further said they have given themselves a target of June this year to identify a good place for the project to start.
Mzuzu warriors formerly know as Mzuni football club struggled financially last season in the TNM super league after the education institution Mzuzu university pulled out sponsorship for the club but managed to survive relegation last season.