Football Association of Malawi (FAM) President Walter Nyamilandu said he will not contest again for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) executive committee membership representing Southern Africa.
In 2011, Nyamilandu contested for a seat, but came to second to eventual winner Zambia Football Association (FAZ) president Kalusha Bwalya .
Nyamilandu finished second on six votes against 38 for Bwalya.
The former Wanderer FC defender said he cannot aim for CAF seat when he is defending the FAM presidency this December.
He however indicated that any FAM executive member is free to contest for CAF seat.
While Bwalya recently told SuperSport that he will gun for the position when his four-year tenure of office expires.
The elections will be held on April 7 2015 during CAF annual general meeting in Egypt.
Other CAF executive committee member posts set to expire next April are those held by Tarek Bouchamaui of Tunisia, Almany Kabele from Guinea, Ghana’s Kwesi Nyantaki, Omari Constant from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania’s Leodegar Tenga