Malawi FA to conduct coaching course CAF A License

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has released a list of 27 qualified Coaches to undergo a FIFA CAF A License Coaching Course.

Gerald Phiri and Yasin Osman : To take part in the course

Gerald Phiri and Yasin Osman : To take part in the course

The coaching course is for about a month but has been split into two session.

According to FAM, the first session runs from 31st October to 14th November 2016 while the second will be held between 28th November and
12th December 2016.

A number of well known coaches coaching elite TNM Super League teams are missing on the list and that include, Moyale Barracks coach
Nicolus Mhango, Silver’s Lovemore Fazili, fired Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Elia Kananji, Billy Phambala of Kamuzu Barracks,among
others.

Surprisingly, the list include Burundian coach Nsazurwimo Ramadhan formerly of Nyasa Big Bullets and Flames.

His inclusion has attracted a heated debate on why he has been included instead of opening up chances for Malawian coaches.

But Nyasa Times understands that Ramadhan will pay a small fee to take part.

The list includes former Flames tactician Kinnah Phiri currently coaching in Tanzania, controversial Leo Mpulula, newly appointed
Wanderers coach Yasin Osman, Nyasa Big Bullets mentor Lloyd Nkhwazi and the South African based duo of Ernest Mtawali and Patrick Mabedi.

Below is the full list of coaches selected:

Patricio Auxensio Kulemeka
Eddington Ng’onamo
Franko Ndawa
Leornard Mpulula
Aubrey Nankhuni
Bob Mpinganjira
Charles Reuben Manda
Lloyd Azoro Nkhwazi
Gilbert Standwell Chirwa
Gerald Phiri
Kinna Phiri
Alick Chirwa
Stewart Lyson Mbolembole
Jack Chamangwana
Lyghtone Stereo Gondwe
Collins Nkuna
Alex Ngwira
Meck Andrew Mwase
McDonald Mtetemera
Young Chimodzi
Etson Kadenge Mwafulirwa
McNelbert Ogrive Kazuwa
Mike Kumanga
Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan
Patrick Mabedi
Enerst Chirwali Mtawali
Yasin Osman

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