One of youthful candidates who expressed interest to contest for the position of Football Association of Malawi (FAM) president Allie Mwachande says he will disclose his next move in few days coming after he failed to get any nomination ahead of the Fam polls.
He announced some months ago that he will challenge the incumbent Nyamilandu but unfortunately, he hasn’t been nominated by any of the affiliating bodies.
Mwachande said he is not worried that he hasn’t been nominated and promised to openly reveal his thoughts once he returns back home.
“Am just feeling sorry for Malawi football but I will announce my stand when I am back,” Mwachande told Nyasa Times from Republic of South Africa where he is on other personal assignments.
Mwachande who owns a football club currently playing in division one of the Chipiku Central Region Football Association League (CRFAL) believes his future in football remains bright with his young age.
“Am not worried am still young. I have a team in division 1 that I want next season should go in Premier,” he said.
Mwachande was on the fore front accusing the incumbent president of forcing affiliates to nominate him and in the process corrupt them with money.
Several quarters including supporters seem to to have run out of favour with Nyamilandu as they demand his withdraw in contention for the coming elections.
Meanwhile, the race for the position of Fam President gets hotter following the nomination of Wilkins Mijiga by the Super League of Malawi (Sulom) to stand as president.
Sulom remains a threat as they already have eight votes in their bag.