The Malawi National Football team is expected to resume camp on Sunday 28th April 2019 to prepare for the second leg of the 2020 Championship of African Nations (CHAN) second qualifiers match against Eswatini on 11th May at the Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.
Flames team manager James Sangala said the preparations this time will focus much on how the team can score goals as other departments of the team have shown to be in good shape .
“We have planned to start camping on Sunday 28th April and during the weekend we should be able to release names of player to be in camp for the second leg of the CHAN game against Eswatini.
“After the game in Eswatini coach Meke Mwase said he might include some players into the squad but we expect that many of the players that will be called into camp will be those that were part of the team that travelled to Eswatini two weeks ago as we managed to play better in that game just that we failed to score goals and this time playing at home we should do all we can to register a win.”
“We will talk to the strikers and every one in the team that whenever we find chances let us utilise them and it’s a matter of the boys to be composed when they have the ball and that we best use our tactics to find goals as it’s talent on its own to score goals “, Sangala said.
The Malawi National football team has been failing to score goals and since 2018 the Flames have played 11 games where they have conceded 11 goals and managed to score 2 goals and the last goal was scored by Patrick Phiri when it played against Comoros Island in the qualifies of the 2019 African Cup of Nations in November last year, a match the Flames lost 2-1 under coach Ronny Van Geneuden.