RVG names Malawi final squad for Cameroon

Malawi national football head coach Ron Van Geneugden has named his final 20 member squad for back to back African Cup of Nations qualifier away in Yaoundé, Cameroon and Blantyre four days later.

The Flames preparing for Cameroon

The Flames mentor has kept faith in some of the   foreign based players like Gabadihno Mhango, LimbikaniMzava, John and Frank Banda, Richard Mbulu and Charles Swini.

He has however, left outYamikaniFodya, RabsonChiyenda, Mike Nkwate from Nyasa Big Bullets, as well as Be Forward Wanderers FC trio of Isaac Kaliat, Felix Zulu and NenaniJuwayo.

Some of the players who have made it into RVG’s squad include Yamikani Chester, ChikotiChirwa, and Patrick Phiri and Alfred Manyozo jnr.

The selected 20 will handle the high level matches to be played on October12 and 16 in Yaounde and Blantyre respectively.

The team will leave on Monday 8th October through Chileka Airport at 15:10.ahead of the fixture on Friday.

The following is the full squad:

Goalkeepers

  1. Charles Swini
  2. Brighton Munthali

Defenders

  1. Stanley Sanudi
  2. GomezganiChirwa
  3. LimbikaniMzava
  4. John Lanjesi
  5. Chembezi Denis
  6. Peter Chilopi
  7. Precious Sambani

Midfielders

  1. Alfred Manyozo
  2. John Banda
  3. Frank Banda
  4. RafickNamwera
  5. JabulaniLinje
  6. ChikotiChirwa

Strikers

  1. Richard Mbulu
  2. GabadinhoMhango
  3. Patrick Phiri
  4. ChiukepoMsowoya
  5. Yamikani Chester
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coach uyu kusamva, the best you can have in cameroon is 5-0 embarassment

Gilbo
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Gilbo

This coach is unbelievable. Why having so many defenders instead of just 5 and increase a number of midfielders. Yendani bwino kokachapidwako.

Kalulu Wadwala
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Kalulu Wadwala

Mr reporter this is Barcelona not Malawi football team. Can you write again and change the name.

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