Written by MARAVIPOST SPORTS
It appears Walter Nyamilandu and his cohorts at The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) have settled for football legend Ernest Mtawali as their sacrificial coach for the Flames and Burundian Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan who is coach for local giants Big Bullets will be his assistant.
Being a national Team head coach of any country is an honorable thing, but not for the Malawi Flames a team that has seen many good coaches fail for lack of direction from the top. Walter Nyamilandu has guided Malawi Football to one of its worst period and yet he stays the top man without any blame. The Minister of Sports should force his dismissal. Walter Nyamilandu appears to not answer to anyone in the country.
Written by MARAVIPOST IREPORTS
The draw for the preliminary stages of the 2018 World Cup has taken place and Malawi will face Tanzania in the preliminary stages with the winner facing Algeria before going into the group stages.
Recently Tanzania has invested more money in the team in hope of improvement. Tanzania has beaten Burkina Faso twice in the African Nations cup qualifiers and beat Cameroon 1-0 in a friendly match. The most recent result was a 3–1 win against Morocco in World Cup Qualifying in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Written by JAMES ODZIWA - MARAVIPOST
The problem with the Malawi Flames has never been the Coach or lack of talent with our footballers. The blame lies solely on funding and poor leadership at Football association of Malawi led by Mr. Walter Nyamilandu who if social media can be believed is vying for yet another term.
The football players have at times showed brilliance, like when in 2010 they upset mighty Algeria. The problem has been consistency and maximizing on their potential. In fact there is a saying that even a good coach cannot win without talent. Good coaches are those that make the individual talents work well together to make a team.
Written by STANLEY KATENGEZA
MZUZU (MaraviPost)—After suffering a back to back defeat in their recent TNM assignments, rookies Mzuzu University Football Club (Mzuni FC) fondly known as The Green Intellectuals have sent a message to the football fraternity that it is not over until it is over after convincingly beating one of the strong teams in the TNM super League, Blue Eagles by 2 goals to nil at Mzuzu Stadium on saturday much to the relief of Mzuni Coach Alex Ngwira as it was reported that disgruntled Mzuni supporters were baying for his blood following the team’s recent poor performance.
Written by Alexious Mloza IREPORTER
The Malawian community in Ireland through the Association of Malawians living in Ireland [AMAI], on Sunday, 5 July 2015 held independence celebration activities marking 51 years since Malawi attained her independence on 6 July 1964.
Among the activities on the day were live music, open air barbeque and a friendly football match between Malawi and Ireland teams; which consisted of Irish nationals from within the Dublin area and Malawians living in various parts of Ireland.