Malawi national team Head Coach Ernest Mtawali is expected to fly to South Africa on Friday 15th January, 2016 where he is expected to hold special talks with Malawian professional players plying their trade in the rainbow nation.
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) General Secretary Suzgo Nyirenda confirmed the move on Thursday.
Nyirenda said the talks are aimed at refurbishing the Flames and the sour relationship between the coach and other veteran and senior players who have been sidelined on national team duties.
He revealed that the coach is seriously considering bringing back a couple of experienced players that obviously include Robert Ng’ambi, Joseph Kamwendo among others.
Nyirenda said a report covering the past five months presented by Mtawali to Fam indicates that the coach has been rebuilding the team but this time around, he has decided to assemble a squad comprising of both upcoming and experienced players to ensure the Flames qualify to African Cup of Nations finals.
The General Secretary also revealed that the squad to face Guinea in Flames next Afcon much will be dominated by foreign and experienced players.
He said the squad to face Guinea will be dominated by foreign based players with 60 percent while 40 percent will be for locally based players.
Meanwhile, former Flames captain Joseph Kamwendo said he is ready to make a return at all cost because he loves his nation.