RVG starts off with Malawi defeat in Madagascar

New Malawi head coach Ronny van Geneugden started off his first competitive match and  the  2018 Championship of African Nations (Chan) campaign with a defeat against Madagascar at Mahamusa Municipal Stadium in the Indian Ocean island nation’s capital Anatananarivo.

Belgian coach Ronny Van Geneugden: Malawi reign in competetive matches off to losing start

The Belgian mentor who had a first game against Kenya in a friendly midweek ending in a draw, saw his charges losing 0-1 the Barea of Madagascar.

He expressed disappointment the result but stressed that there would be no quick fixes to the Flames woes.

The second leg is slated for a week later during the weekend of April 28-30.

The winner between the two teams will face Mozambique’s Mambas in July.

Should the Flames beat go past both Madagascar and Mozambique they will face winners between Mauritius/Seychelles and Angola’s Negras Palancas in the final round.

Chan is a tournament specifically for local-based players which was introduced by CAF as one way of promoting local talent.

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patrick banda
patrick banda
5 years ago

Part of the game.

Padambo
Padambo
5 years ago

Sack him and share his salary to players

atate
atate
5 years ago

Loss is painful

Dizzo
Dizzo
5 years ago

Go malawi go hehe he he kumalawi mpira ayi koma kuba ,nsanje,ulesi ndi zina zotero kukhomelera

Weniweni Magulajena
Weniweni Magulajena
5 years ago

If Walter Nyamilandu Manda will step down Flames will do better.

owalter nyamayamilandu

Ife sitikuona chachilendo coz Frames siidzamva kkkkkkkk

Stephano Joseph
Stephano Joseph
5 years ago

The problem of Malawi National team are beyond the coach issue only. They are structural in nature as the entire FAM and crew have a role to play in the present set up. As the coach has rightly said there are talented players in Malawi so the question remains what is the matter?we can all answer this question. Honestly it pains to be always at a loosing end.

joe
joe
5 years ago

Kinnah was better

fk
fk
5 years ago

we can give him a benefit of a doubt in fact this loss is not a bad one looking at the shot and poor preparations the team had 1-0 not bad though not healthy

palibekanthu
palibekanthu
5 years ago

It was expected.

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