Soccer pundits have faulted Mighty Be Forward Wanderers for sacking legendary Jack Chamangwana as head coach following poor start to the league campaign.
Wanderers announced a mini coaching panel reshuffle by replacing Chamangwana with Eddington Ng’onamo after a poor start to the season registering six points from five games.
But soccer pundits have said the decision was unfair with the action coming just after he took charge of the first five league games.
Veteran soccer analyst, who is former Football Association of Malawi General Secretary Charles Nyirenda said the problem might go beyond tactics.
Nyirenda said Wanderers should have given the former Tanzania’s Young Africans coach more time.
And speaking during Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) Radio 2 sports talk show midweek Steve Liwewe Banda concurred with Nyirenda that five games were not good enough to justify the action.
“Wanderers have just lost one game from five games and sacking coach Chamangwana is ridiculous. What if Eddington Ng’onamo fail to win the next five games,” Liwewe Banda, who is renowned football commentator, said.
Another MBC football commentator Patrick Simango said Nomads poor showing could be traced back to the last seven years.
“Their problems originate from lack of sharp shooters. Since when has Wanderers won by more than 2 goals in a league. It has been the same case when Stuart Mbolembole was coach just as Franco Ndawa,” Simango said.
He said Wanderers should do an intensive soul searching to find out their deep rooted problems.