Mtawali pushes for early Malawi team camp

Malawi national football team coach Ernest Mtawali has expressed the need for the team to go for early camp in preparations for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Guinea in March.

Malawi coaches  Mtawali and Ramadan..Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Malawi coaches Mtawali and Ramadan..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Mtawali said the Super League off-season could make the players rusty hence the need for them to be kept busy.

“With the Super League season in off-season break we need to go for camping early within the month of January,” Mtawali said.

“This will make our players to be active. I will make a proposal to FAM to consider this because the games against Guinea home and away are critical to our quest to stay on course for qualification.”

Mtawali is expected to call upon experienced players to beef up the team in bid to back the team on course for a qualification.

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gama
gama
5 years ago

You are just wasting resources, what if that money goes to other activities. Mbuli ya koshi iwe

feed me more goalz
5 years ago

Zaziiiiiii

AKA NYAKWAWA
5 years ago

amtawali osangonena kuto january wakuvutani mukufuna training allowance bwanji…….lets work it out in a way that if you lose you shall pack and go…..

Eddy Gomez
5 years ago

Athu Ndimaso maDala Tingoona Mene Zithere.

Stanford Payesa
Stanford Payesa
5 years ago

Kodi magamuwa akhalako liti?

Angoni apaphata
Angoni apaphata
5 years ago

Za ziii….. Mutitenge ife a socials. Training ayi miyendo itipweteka. Tikangomenya game. Tikamenya ndi mtima wonse osati mbatama zoluza ndi south Sudan. Koma pilizi inu

james gama
james gama
5 years ago

FAM please apatseni anyamatawa ma friendly games.

mbani
5 years ago

no money baba all the monies were stolen by the three presidents imagine 577

Mbolo Sidwala
Mbolo Sidwala
5 years ago

Mwayambapo, mesa munkatiuza kuti 5 days in camp are enough? Anyway, it’s harvest time. Tiye nazoni, we are watching!

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