BLANTYE (Malawi NewsNow) –Malawi top football clubs are hunting for coaches two months to the start of the 2016 /17 flagship TNM Supper League Season to meet the requirements of a CAF B licence which the Football Association of Malawi (FAM)—under the Club Licensing System (CLS)—is enforcing as a minimum requirement for the top-flight league coaches.
In an efforts to fulfil the requirements of the new system ahead of the season which starts on April 9, 2016 champions Nyasa Big Bullets chairperson Samuel Chilunga disclosed that they were hunting for a new coach to take over from Mabvuto Lungu who does not hold a CAF B licence.
The People’s Team resumed training on Tuesday at Kamuzu Stadium under the guidance of outgoing coach Mabvuto Lungu and his assistant Lloyd Nkhwazi.
Bullets have resolved to extend the search for a new coach to this coming weekend.
Thier rivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have turned to veteran Jack ‘Africa’ Chamangwana in their desperate attempt to have a coaching personal that comply with the system.
Following the Caf B licensing requirement Civo United hired former Dedza soccer saints coach Millias Jegwe Pofera, while debutants to the league this season Max Bullets followed by roping in Leo Mpulula.
Capital city sleeping giants Silver Strikers have advancing towards another former flames coach Young Chimodzi who once coached the club while Dwangwa United roped in Mcdonald Nginde Mtetemera.