Jack Chamagwana returns at Wanderers Club, replaces Osman as technical director

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have engaged the services of its legend and former Malawi coach Jack ‘Africa’ Chamangwana as their new Technical Director replacing seasoned and another Nomads legend Yasin ‘Teacher’ Osman.

Jack Chamangwana: Returns to Nomads

Jack Chamangwana: Returns to Nomads


Osman: Busy

Osman: Busy

Wanderers vice general secretary Chris Kananji said Chamangwana, whose young brother George is the chairman of the club, has been roped in to help the technical panel to the end of the season as the team is struggling to find convincing results.

Kananji said the decision to take Chamangwana on board was reached at after the exercise meeting in Blantyre Monday evening to review the team’s recent poor performance.

According to Kananji, Osman has excused himself three months ago as he said he is busy with personal businesses in Mangochi.

Nyasa Times also understands that the committee has issued a stern warning to Team Managers Chiyembekezo Zidane and his deputy Steve Madeira to get to serious business or face the chop if the discipline of some players doesn’t change which they said is contributing to the team’s inconsistent performances.

Wanderers have played 23 games in TNM Super League managed to win only 1 game in second round with average of 2 goals scored so far .

Chamangwana player for Wanderers in his early days before he played his professional football in South Africa where he captained Kaizer Chiefs before he coached Yanga FC in Tanzania and was also Flames Technical Director before he was appointed as assistant coach of Flames to Young Chimodzi and he is considered as one of the best players for Malawi.

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20 thoughts on “Jack Chamagwana returns at Wanderers Club, replaces Osman as technical director”

  1. but on de isue of coach he iz done koma tiyeni timpezele munthu ot athe ku sula ma strikrz kut golo azili ona

  2. anibo says:

    Don’t worry guys there life after death

  3. WANYERERE says:


  4. ineyo says:

    All the best jack

  5. ife n’nyerere zenizeni a Jack kagwireni ntchito yanu osati kulowerera ya eni kapena kuti ya Kananji koma ubwino wake mudakhalapo coach and mumadziwa kuipa kolowererana ntchito but once again you are welcome enawa asatiboole mmimba…….

  6. kaya zakoizo bola nyasa b zikuyenda

  7. Paul Omaliza Makoka says:

    Bwana Chamangwana mzanu uja mumati Young Chimodzi nayenso anatenga udindo wa u TD ngati wanuu ku Nyau FC koma aaaaa chimodzimodzi ndi muja munkaluzira muli ku National Team. Imalizitseni Ayaya FC yo coz I dont & I cant see any change. RIP Kananji, RIP Chamangwana & Ayaya FC

  8. Baba-Mdogo says:

    Ikanakala TNM ‘mapokoso ‘league , B- forward ( nyerere ) could have been on top of the chart.
    Neighbour ! Even if you employ all the best football coaches in Malawi apart from Mabvuto Lungu, you will never win or lead in the tnm super league.

  9. WANYERERE says:

    This is good news, bravo osman you did your part. Jack, instil discipline in the young guys . This is our big problem i really miss the 80s when we had players who had the game of soccer at heart, the likes of jack,maloya siliya, barnet gondwe,lawrence pereira, the malunga brothers, sito mfarinya, ricky phuka and many more . Noma for life.

  10. mackchancy B Paulosi says:

    I hope Chamangwana is going to turn things at wanders Team is not doing well how I wish the team can employe an assistant to Kananji

  11. Malawi wa Lero says:

    Got sponsorship, only team that had money to buy players and indeed bought players they wanted, have a chain of reputable guards who are always willing to come for rescue now where is the problem wanderers or is it wonderers?

  12. Gadabwali says:

    Young TD at Silver, Jack TD at Noma, both of were relieved their duties at FAM. Look at how Silver is performing wth Ayugo as TD? Anyway, as someone has already said, the more things change the more the remain the same. Musova!

  13. gori says:

    only winning one game this second round ooops what a shame kkkkkkkkkkkk


    Welcome African Jack Chamangwana tigwirananu ntchito

  15. Wa sundu magie says:

    Too late

  16. Francis Luwani says:

    The more things change the more they stay the same.

  17. Wilfred Khuniwa says:


  18. nyerere says:

    Please good results are needed . Its what Kinnah did at MZUNI. Come on man.

  19. CHOKANGA says:

    TTime out.

  20. Therere says:

    too late,lets hope next season we will see good things

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