RVG releases Malawi squad for Madagascar: Leaves Sunday

Malawi national team coach Ronny Van Geneugden has released a 20-man strong squad to face Madagascar in the first leg of Championship of African Nations (Chan)away on 22 April.

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The Belgium expatriate coach has included all the three goalkeepers called into camp; Brighton Munthali, Lemani Nthala and Ernest Kakhobwe.

With Nyasa Big Bullets defender Miracle Gabeya injured the Flames coach has taken on board Lucky Malata, Stanley Sanudi, Francis Mlimbika, John Lanjesi, Yamikani Fodya, Pempho Kansichi in defence.

In the midfield, Dave Banda, Chimango Kayira, Harvy Mkacha, Levison Maganizo, Dalitso Sailesi, Singa Maganizo, Yamikani Chester and Gilbert Chirwa while Kamuzu Barracks duo of Manase Chiyesa and Kelvin Hanganda, who got a late call up, will the striking force with Bullets’ Muhammed Sulumba.

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers’ TNM Super League last season joint second top goal scorer Peter Wadabwa and former Spain’s Atletico Madrid Reserve player Robin Ngalande back home from South Africa were sidelined because they sustained injury while in camp.

The team is expected to leave on Sunday.

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Alick
Alick
5 years ago

All the best the Flames

Peter
Peter
5 years ago

No professionals?

Max
Max
5 years ago
Reply to  Peter

The competition is for local players only no professionals

Douglas Ndindi
Douglas Ndindi
5 years ago

Good luck RVG. Good luck Flames. Good luck Mother Malawi. I am with you all the way.

Dum Magulajena.
Dum Magulajena.
5 years ago

The squard is oky but the most needed thing is to win no matter you don’t get into the pitch and play, your coaching exprience can change our national team. Best wishes the Flames.

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