Four coaches shortlisted for Malawi job – FAM

The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has finally short-listed four local coaches to undergo interviews for the Flames coaching job.

Ng'onamo's : Wants second time luck
Ng’onamo’s : Wants second time luck

The interviews will take place on Thursday and those short-listed are Eddie Ng’onamo, current national team care taker Ernest Mtawali, former Flames and Big Bullets defender Gilbert Chirwa and Burundian Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan, who is contractual disputes with the People’s Team.

According to FAM General Secretary, Suzyo Nyirenda, the four were selected during the football governing body’s executive committee meeting held on Saturday, July 25 2015.

“It is expected that the successful coach will be recommended as the new Head Coach for the Malawi National Football Team (The Flames).

“The meeting also resolved that the person who will become on position number 2 will become the Assistant Coach. It is expected that the new coach will be unveiled by 1st August 2015,” said Nyirenda.

.The post fail vacant following the firing of coach Young Chimodzi and his assistant Jack ‘Africa’ Chamangwana due to the teams poor run in the 2017 Afcon qualifier campaign.

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Idi Amini Dada
Idi Amini Dada
5 years ago

ingotengani mwana wapa zambia, Elija Tana kut adzakoche. olo siyani kaye mtawaliyo timupe nyengo naye! ad

philoman
5 years ago

Mtawali is olady starting like a coach prs people of MW open ua eays..mtawali give him chancy…

Truck
Truck
5 years ago

Wishing you all the best my Sports teacher!

Meynard
Meynard
5 years ago

How many games has Ng’onamo been given, how many wins, draws, losses? How many games has Kinnah, Chimodzi been given? How many wins, draws, losses…statistically look at the results. you will concur with me that Ng’onamo is the best. Let us not despise the man because he has played competitive football in Malawi. Tell me if Mourinho, Ferguson, Wenger have? I know Maradona, Pele, Dunga did but have contributed less in coaching aspects. Let us love one another, let us love our country, let us talk talk facts!!!

Bwampini
Bwampini
5 years ago

Amangwetu, Ng’onamo is a failure.He was tried before and did not turn the Flames fortunes I would prefer Ramadhan and Mtawali not the PE teacher. I would rather go for Kinnah atleast that one produced results both at Bullets and the Flames.

Keen Observer
5 years ago

Ramadan which game does he know? Is there any soccer in Burundi? Which competitive League has Ramadan has ever coached? Our League in Malawi is one of the useless Soccer Leagues so if Ramadan is coaching in Malawi you think he can coach our National Team that’s an insult. Nyamilandu if it’s time to pack up & go just do so without messing up things.

baggio
baggio
5 years ago

FAM don’t make mistek her go 4 Gilbert and mtawali basi

BB
BB
5 years ago

Musiyeni akocheko nation team.

Myao
Myao
5 years ago

MBEWA ZIKASOWA AMANONA NDI SWISWIRI, I’D GO FOR RAMADHAN NOT JUST B’COZ HE’S A FOREIGNOR BUT I FEEL HE KNOWS THE GAME MUCH BETTER THAN THE OTHER S/LISTED ONES. THE MISTAKE WE SHOULD AVOID IS TO DICTATE TO HIM HIS ASSISTANTS, IF NEED LET THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE CONDUCT INTERVIEWS FOR HIS ASSISTANTS.

Hunter
Hunter
5 years ago

I agree with NO.35. No single candidate out of the four can surpass Young as far as performance is concerned. FAM made a mistake of dictating assistants to Young and the assisstants were sabotaging the head coach. What FAM should have done was to let Young choose his own assistant.

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