Former Malawi national football caretaker coach Nsazwirimo Ramadhan is hunting for any available coaching job in Malawi’s flagship TNM Super League.
Ramadhan, who is a Burundian but respected coach in Malawi, was engaged as assistant to Ernest Mtawali for one year but took charge of the team for a month after his boss was fired due to poor performance.
The former Nyasa Big Bullets gaffer said he was ready for any club interested in his services.
“I am ready to join any team in the Super League which might be interested in my services,” he said.
He has also dismissed allegations that he is on the verge of rejoining Bullets.
“There’s nothing I have discussed with Bullets so its not true that I am joining again Bullets. Maybe its the supporters who would like me to return,” Ramadhan said.
Ramadhan’s remarks come hot on the heels of Football Association of Malawi’s plans to recruit a permanent coach put on hold to pave way for thorough consultation.
He is the frontrunner after leading Malawi to their first ever win in the botched up Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Swaziland three weeks ago.