Malawi coach name pros list for Algeria match

Flames technical panel through the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) on Wednesday 1st October, 2014 announced names of foreign based players to start preparations ahead of a crucial African Cup of Nations Group Stage qualifying encounter against the Desert Foxes of Algeria slated for 11th October, 2014.

The Flames are currently on third position of Group B that also comprises of Mali and Ethiopia.

Flames players set to face Algeria
Flames players set to face Algeria

Missing on the list of selected professionals is veteran striker Esau “Black Mamba” Kanyenda who now plays for South Africa’s Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Polokwane City.

Gabadinho Frank Mhango has made into the squad despite his fading performance.

The player was heavily criticized for his below average performance when Flames beat Ethiopia at the Kamuzu Stadium last month.

Defenders Harry Nyirenda and Limbikani Mzava, Midfielders Chimango Kayira, Robert Ng’ambi and Josephy Kamwendo plus Strikers Chukepo Msowoya, Atusaye Nyondo, Robin Ngalande are the other professional players included in the squad.

According to FAM, the professionals are expected to starting flocking into the country on Sunday 5th October, 2014 and will start training at the Chiwembe Technical Centre in the Commercial City of Blantyre on Monday 6th October, 2014.

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taonga
taonga
6 years ago

flames should behave as flames so as to win. Names has nothing to do in football but hardworking spirit.

peter nkhoma
peter nkhoma
6 years ago

l ve just want to know the names of local players who iz in the acamp

Kaya
Kaya
6 years ago

I wishes all the best guys.

Bristol
6 years ago

This is a good side. The coaching panel knows this list of players will produce needed result next week. I agree with those who say that Malawi must be trained in a fast game otherwise Algeria can cause havoc. Don’t forget that we beat them 3-0 in Angola & therefore can not underrate us. Go Flames!!!!!!!!!!!!! Go Flames !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! To burn the Algerians

Manjawala
6 years ago

Proffesionals? What a joke? Get the locals players.

geoffrey mzembe
geoffrey mzembe
6 years ago

they should also work on pace. algeria is a fast team in field of play… if we will be slow then we will. invite ourselves trouble. lets play fast football.. . lets get example from our neighbour zambia. strikers should also be aggressive and defenders should also be challenging.

geoffrey mzembe
geoffrey mzembe
6 years ago

thus the same selection over and over, the coach. should give chance to other players who are proffesaionals in other countries as well not only basing PLS. but the focus should be on ball posession and creating chances that will be converted into goals. and the team should deploy good morden tactics because algelia is one of the heavy weights in our continent. the team should be defending as early as first half…. we need to attack more if we are defend goals and win. no need of featuring 5 defenders.

Aferazao
Aferazao
6 years ago

Are the players prying their soccer careers in South Africa, Zimbabwe, DR Congo and Mozambique and where else in Africa professionals or just foreign based Malawian players? Please school me because I do not see any professionalism in the way they play soccer. At times some of the local players we have play far far much better than the so called ‘Professionals’

Micky chimkoka
Micky chimkoka
6 years ago

All the best flames

Black Market
Black Market
6 years ago

Deus Mkutu is the long-overdue Flames striker to feature. He is tall, energetic and intelligent enough with scoring tricks many of the current Flames strikers dont have. Why not trying him?

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