Malawi national football team coach Ronny van Geneugden has recalled Nyasa Big Bullets experienced striker Chiukepo Msowoya in the national team squad for Lesotho friendly game on November 11 at Bingu National Stadium.
RVG has made the surprising move after he was accused of sidelining battle scared players.
RVG has also included Mozambique based Mocambola third top goal scorer Schumacher Kuwali of Ferroviario Nampura and forgotten striker Chawanangwa Kaonga of Chibuto FC in Mozambique while Robin Ngalande of Baroka FC of South Africa and Atusaye Nyondo of Bloemfontein Celtic has also been recalled.
“The Football Association of Malawi wishes to inform the general public that the Malawi national football team will play an international friendly match on November 11 against Lesotho national football team at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe,” reads a statement signed by General Secretary Alfred Gunda.
However the list has excluded Ferroviario Maputo’s Richard Mbulo but there is a place for Be Forward Wanderers burley forward Jabulani who has been heavily criticised for failing to tick at national team.
The following is the full squad to report for training at Chiwembe Technical Development Centre to start camp.
Goalkeepers; Brighton Munthali (Silver Strikers), Richard Chipuwa (Be Forward Wanderers), Thom Charles (Dwangwa), Charles Swini (HSB Songo).
Defenders; Denis Chembezi ( Wizards FC), Precious Sambani, Stanley Sanudi (Be Forward Wanderers), Limbikani Mzava Limbikani ( Golden Arrows), Gomegzani Chirwa ( Civil Sporting Club), Miracle Gabeya, John Lanjesi, Yamikani Fodya (Nyasa Big Bullets). Mid fielders; Chikoti Chirwa (Red Lions), Chimwemwe Idana (Nyasa Big Bullets Youth), Levison Maganizo (Silver Strikers), Gerald Phiri Jr ( Bidvest Wits), Robert Ng’ambi (Platinum Stars). Strikers; Chawanangwa Kaonga ( Chibuto FC), Kuwali (Ferroviario Nampula), Fletcher Bandawe, Righteous Banda, (Civil Sporting Club), Linje (Be Forward Wanderers), Gabadinho Mhango (Bidvest Wits), Dalitso Sailesi (Lusaka Dynamos), John Banda (Ferroviario Nampula), Chiukepo (Nyasa Big Bullets), Ngalande (Baroka FC).Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :