A Confederation of African Football (Caf) A Licence coaching course ended in Blantyre on Tuesday with a call on local coaches to use the knowledge gained in improving the country’s football standards.
Twenty three coaches took part in the 30-day course at Mpira Village in Blantyre.
Some of the notable faces included former Flames coaches Enerst Mtawali, Yasin Osman, Jack Chamangwana and Nswazurwimo Ramadhan.
South African-based Malawian coach, Patrick Mabedi, was also in attendance.
Caf instructor, Honour Janza, hailed the coaches for their commitment to learning new methods of training their teams.
“When we started this course, I noted some gaps among them. But I am sure that from now onwards, they will never be the same because we have drilled them in modern football coaching skills. We need modern football in Africa,” Chanza said.
Speaking on behalf of the coaches, Stewart Mbolembole thanked Football Association of Malawi for organising the course.
Super League coaches like Alex Ngwira, Lloyd Nkhwazi, Audrow Makonyola, Collins Nkuna, Mike Kumanga, Charles Manda are some of the current Super League coaches who took part.
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