Flames care taker Ernest Mtawali has said Malawi can do better and become one of the best teams in Africa only if given enough support from corporate world.
The former flames midfielder took over the flames role on Sunday following the sacking of head coach young Chimodzi and his deputy jack Chamangwana after the Flames suffered a 2-1 home defeat to warriors of Zimbabwe in Africa cup of nation qualifiers (AFCON).
Meanwhile Mtawali has expressed great gratitude for his appointment as flames interim coach saying he is ready for a challenge.
It’s an honor to me to be offered the job and promise to give out the best and am optimistic that everyone one will be behind the team and support it to the fullest,” said Mtawali
Government and Football association of Malawi (FAM) on Sunday had an executive meeting where they agreed not to renew Chimodzi and Chamangwana contacts due to poor performance of the duo
Malawi will face Swaziland in September in second match of Africa nation qualifies (AFCON). Swaziland won their away first match 2-1 against group favorites Guinea.