Malawi Women’s Football Team’s friendly game against their Zambian counterparts has been shelved, Football Association of Malawi (Fam) General Secretary, Suzgo Nyirenda, confirmed Wednesday.
The delays in appointing a coach for the Malawi team has necessitated the postponement of the game that was scheduled for Tuesday in Lusaka, Nyirenda added.
“Fam’s Technical and Youth sub-committee has to meet on Friday [tomorrow] and recommend the names of the team’s coaches to the Executive Committee, which will meet at Mzuzu Hotel on Saturday,” he said.
“They will also recommend the names of coaches for Malawi Under-20 and Under-15 national football teams. As for the friendly game against Zambia, it is now a question of us coming up with another day once we are ready. We have also secured another friendly game against Botswana.”
The postponement of the women’s friendly game should be a setback to Zambia’s She-polopolo, whose Coach Enala Simbeya, had called players for camp training in Lusaka.
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