Malawi players are talented, says Belgian coach RVG

Malawi national team  new coach Ronny van Geneugden has said the players are “motivated and talented.”

Belgian coach Ronny Van Geneugden: Malawi has got talent

The Belgian tactician expects to start his reign with a win at 2018 Championship of African Nations (Chan) preliminary first leg against Madagascar away in Antananarivo

“ The players are very motivated and talented, ” he observed.

But RVG said it is “quite too early” on the prospects of the team.

He expects to start with a good result.

Before Madagascar match, RVG will have first international strength-testing game against the Harambee Stars  of Kenya in Nairobi on Tuesday.

Following is the full squad that has made the trip:

Goalkeepers: Ernest Kakhobwe, Lemani Nthala and Brightone Munthali;

Defenders: Pempho Kansichili, Yamikani Fodya, Francis Mulimbika, Lucky Malata, John Lanjesi, Stanley Sanudi;

Midfielders: Dave Banda (C), Levison Maganizo, Simeon Singa, Harvey Nkacha, Dalitso Sailesi, Kelvin Hanganda, Gilbert Chirwa, Yamikani Chester and Chimango Kayira;

Strikers: Manasse Chiyesa and Muhammad Sulumba;

Officials:

Team leader: James Mwenda;

Head coach: Ronny van Geneugden;

Assistant coach: Gerald Phiri; Second assistant coach: Deklerk Msakakuona;

Team manager: Peter Mponda;

Goalkeeper trainer: Phillip Nyasulu;

Team doctor: Levison Mwale

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1 thought on “Malawi players are talented, says Belgian coach RVG”

  1. MW says:

    Talent, Yes, Motivation, No. Malawi players have the talent and capability to play good football but they are highly demotivated to carry the Malawian Flag high. The players do not seem to appreciate the fact the wearing a Malawi jersey is more than kicking a football for 90 minutes its a matter of national pride, but how can they take pride in representing a nation whose Football association is not serious and does not treat them right or manage football affairs in a professional manner?

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