Malawi National Football Team Coach, Ronny van Geneugden, has said he will stick to his mission of instilling an attacking playing philosophy in the Flames and across the board.
The Belgian reiterated on the need for the playing philosophy when he received a latest brand of Nano Explora decoder from local Digital Satellite Television franchise holders, Multichoice Malawi, in Blantyre on Tuesday.
“It is important for me to have more information about Malawian players .I will watch training sessions of Super League clubs from tomorrow [today] to understand their playing philosophy. I watched two games over the weekend and this weekend, I will travel to Dwangwa and Lilongwe,” Van Geneugden explained.
“I also want to train youth teams so that we can teach them the passing game and technical football. We want to create a philosophy for the youth. I will visit academies for coaching clinics. As for the Flames, I think the defence is solid. It is now about knowing what to do with the ball in the opposition’s half.”
Multichoice Marketing Manager, Chimwemwe Nyirenda, presented the donation to the Flames mentor, who said with the decoder, there will be no need for him to physically watch games involving Malawians in South Africa.
Nyirenda said the coach, who is yet to win in three games since his hiring on April 8, was the first person in Malawi to sample the latest decoder that would ease his player-monitoring mission.
The Flames, who will regroup on May 27, host the Comoros on June 10 in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Group B qualifier.
In his speech, Fam Director of Finance and Administration, Christopher Mdolo, said Multichoice’s donation proves that Malawians have welcomed the coach.
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