About 20 expatriate coaches are trying their luck for vacant sit of Malawi Football National Team coach at Football Association of Malawi (FAM).
Despite the post has not yet advertised, Fam General Secretary, Suzgo Nyirenda, confirmed to have received unsolicited applications and inquiries from coaches from around the world.
“I have received a number of enquirers and CVs from some notable foreign coaches although it will be premature to disclose their names at the moment considering that the contract of the current coach is still running up until 31st July 2016. I have received close to 20 CVs,” Nyirenda explained.
One of the prominent among the applicants is Scottish coach Bobby Williamson, a four-time Cecafa Cup winner with Uganda’s Cranes.
However, the post will become vacant on August 1 when out-going Ernest Mtawali’s tenure ends.