Moyale coach Nicholous Mhango to step down

One of the prolific coaches in the domestic football scene, Nicholous Mhango of Moyale will step down in his coaching role at the end of the due to health concerns.

Mhango: To retire

Mhango: To retire

Mhango told Nyasa Times that he has a throat problem which is affecting his speaking ability, therefore will not continue as a coach.

The coach who guided Moyale to winning Standard Bank cup in 2009 and in 2011 said he is set to seek medical treatment after the season and he will need to recuperate at home.

“I have thought a great deal about my decision to retire considering my health problem,” said Mhango.

Moyale players who spoke to Nyasa Times said Mhango has been “exceptional” tactician and his departure will affect the club.

Mhango is confident his successor will take over a club in good shape.

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Nico ndimwe Walalawala Chiuta Wamusungeni


R I P mbali yanu mwapangapo siyirani ena. Anyway u were good.


Koma kukula mtima and u brought indiscipline in the team
otherwise bwezi utatenga championship ya league not less than
two occasions but ur not bad coz u were tough on players although u favoured others.


Mr. Mhango, to me is a good coach depending on his performance to lead the team to victories. He as a human being cannot be 100 % perfect but he will ever be remembered by Moyale Supporters. It is a good move to retire so that your health should be a priority.


uchile mwamsanga coach,

tekamtawa tekamtawa

Nicho giant of the North will mis u but wishing quick recovery.

Zanga Phee

Nicho tikusowa umatsura ma player mwalutso, hop u wil bounce bak if ur fyn

Young Chitsamba

We Will Miss U Coach

Dada K

Timusowa Nicholas Mhango mu Team ya Moyale. Still there is life outside football world. All the best and get well Soon Bro Nicho!

Anganga Ndabwerako,

Get well soon Nicholas. Always objective when giving post match interview. Your absence will be felt in soccer fraternity. Get well soonest and bounce back


Am wishing all the best amughango

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