Walter Says Flames Now Out Of Water: “We Are On A Revival Mission”

On A Revival Mission?: Nyamilandu And The Flames

The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) president Walter Nyamilandu Manda, on Saturday said that Malawi national football team, the flames is on revival mission.

FA President Nyamilandu made the remarks during the unveiling of Flames expatriate Coach Ronnie Van Geneugden at Mpira Village popularly known as Chiwembe Technical Centre in the commercial city of Blantyre.

“We want to transform Malawi football; we are now on revival campaign to get back to winning ways as you know we are participating in African Cup of Nations (AFCON) and CHAN and we want our performance to be better…

Flames Expatriate Coach Ronnie Van Geneugden

“Flames results in the past two years were pathetic, so to turn things around we needed the best coach and that’s why we have roped in an expatriate coach to achieve the desired results,” said Nyamilandu Manda.

In his remarks, Coach Ronnie said,” Malawi has good and talented players. My task will be to make a good and strong team.”

Flames expatriate Coach Ronnie Van Geneugden has signed a two years contract with Football Association of Malawi (FAM). (By Thumbiko Nyirongo)

7 Responses to "Walter Says Flames Now Out Of Water: “We Are On A Revival Mission”"

  1. Chris Chi   April 9, 2017 at 3:03 pm

    Revive the clubs first, the National team get players from the clubs. The problem with Malawian football is with the clubs reluctance to adjust to the modern footballing philosophies.

  2. Kondwani F Mzembe   April 9, 2017 at 5:46 pm

    Revival or harvesting!


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