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