Newly appointed Malawi National Soccer team care taker coach Nsazurwimo Ramadhan says he is looking for nothing but a win against Swaziland.
Flames will play against Swaziland in the last game of the ‘formality’ African Cup of Nations Qualifying campaign this month.
Speaking in an interview with Nyasa Times, Ramadhan said all he wants together with the entire technical panel is to win.
“This is for the nation and what I want is to win against Swaziland to meet the expectations of Malawians and I dont take it as a formality match,” he said.
But Nswazurwimo said people should not weigh his capabilities based on Swaziland game.
“I have been a coach for so many years I have experience but people should not judge me and my entire technical panel on Swaziland game, we know our job” said Ramadhan.
Ramadhan, however, revealed that both local and foreign players who are performming better stands a chance to be called into camp ahead of Swaziland game.
“I cannot mention names but both local and foreign players who have been performing well will be considered” he said.