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Malawi needs to wait a little longer before having its first-ever crop of coaches with a Caf A Coaching Licence as results for the course are yet to be released.

The course took place over three months ago at Chiwembe Technical Centre in Blantyre.

Some 27 local coaches took part in the coaching course and, according to the rules, they were supposed to know their results last month.

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However, Football Association of Malawi (Fam) technical director, John Kaputa, said it would take time for the results to be released.

“The results were ready some time back, but the problem was that Caf requested us to send birth certificates of the coaches so that such details should be included on the certificates. I had to collect the details from all the coaches and I sent the details to Caf last week. We are now waiting to get the results any day,” he said.

On the outlook of the pass rate, Kaputa said: “I was involved in marking examinations of the Caf A course in other countries. Looking at how the other countries performed, I am confident that Malawian coaches have done well.”

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Meanwhile, National Coaches Association acting-general secretary, Benjamin Kumwenda, said the coaches were eagerly waiting for the results.

“The birth certificates are like our registration numbers, therefore we understand the delay. We are hoping that the results will be good. We need to have highly-qualified coaches to improve the quality of football in the country,” he said.

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