Written by PIUS NYONDO
Malawi's South Africa based footballer John Maduka says he isn't dissapointed with his exclusion from the Flames' interim coaching panel saying there's no way everyone can be part of the panel.
"I'm not dissapointed that I'm not part of the panel because we can't all be part of the set-up at the same time.
"We need to understand that they have taken over the team with barely a month before the next competitive game [against Namibia] in a 2014 World Cup qualifier," said Maduka in an interview with The Nation while appealing to the powers-that-be and the soccer fraternity in general to give the interim committee utmost support.
Malawi government recently dissolved Flames' coaching panel which comprised Kinnah Phiri (Head coach), Young Chimodzi (Deputy coach) and Jack Chamangwana (Technical adviser) and has been replaced by Eddington Ng'onamo (Head coach) who is to be assisted by Ernest Mtawali and Patrick Mabedi, Maduka's contemporaries.