Swaziland coach wary of Nsazurwimo Ramadhan


Swaziland National Football Team coach, Harries Bulunga, says he is unsure of what to expect from the Flames in next month’s Africa Cup of Nations dead rubber qualifier at Kamuzu Stadium.

Bulungu told Swaziland Observer newspaper that he was wary of the Flames’ caretaker coach, Nsazurwimo Ramadhan’s philosophy.

Swaziland drew 2-2 at home against the Flames when Ernest Mtawali was in charge during the first round of the Nations Cup Group L qualifiers.


Bulunga added that he was keeping a watchful eye on Malawi as he did not know what to expect.

Meanwhile, Swaziland are expected to bring many supporters to Malawi and each fan has been asked to pay an equivalent of K60,000.

The match is scheduled for the weekend of September 3.


Bulungu has since recalled Green Mamba forward Phinda Dlamini to the 26-member squad which Bulunga announced on Tuesday at Sigwaca House during a press conference.

“It is a game that has an element of history in it, because should we win we can, for the first time, qualify for the finals in Gabon,” Bulungu is quoted as saying.

Also making a return to the team was Siboniso Malambe. Swaziland, like Malawi, regroup on Sunday evening.

“We expect all the players to report on time, because we have to start serious preparations on Monday morning,” Bulungu added.

Meanwhile, Ramadhan unveiled his 27-member provisional squad on Tuesday, saying he was determined to beat Swaziland and bring smiles on the faces of Malawians.

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