RVG calls coaches Meke, Ndawa for Malawi camp

Malawi national football team expatriate coach Ronny van Geneugden has called TN Stars coach Meke Mwase and Civil Sporting tactician Franco Ndea help him with national team camp starting on 4 February.

Franco Ndawa: Called to assist RVG

RVG who has proposed Meke and his fellow former Malawi national football team captain Patrick Mabedi to be his assistants, said he would be recalling Super League coaches to observe the national team training.

He said the national team camp would help to keep the players fit while on off season.

“All clubs must start preparations for the new season six weeks before kick off. So with Fifa calendar fixture coming in March it is important that our local players must be fit and ready for the match,” RVG said.

He also said he would expect that the proposal to have new backroom staff including Meke and Mabedi would be endorsed by FAM executive committee set for next week in Mzuzu.

It appears he is set to part ways with the coaching members he started with Gerald Phiri, Deklerk Msakakuona and former Flames captain Peter Mponda who has announced to join politics.

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Edgar Mbayani
Edgar Mbayani
6 years ago

I think that’s the way to go Meke Mwase has always been overlooked by FAM and he has credentials than those who have been hired for both junior team coaching panel….let’s call a spade…bola mzungu yo of course he can still better …even selection of players was not based on merit…

6 years ago

RVG could not match Deklerk coaching experience otherwise he couod not even appraise anthu oti amatha kuposa iyeyo…tokhalira zomwezi zomati ndi Mzungu nde amatha..aaah. National team kumatenga ma players oti team yawo ili ku relegation or fighting for relegation..aa sorry

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