Malawi national football team coach Meke Mwase says the return of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) in South Africa will help the flames players who play for different clubs in the rainbow nation.
Last week, PSL announced that the league which was suspended in March this year due to coronavirus will return on 11 August to finish the 54 remaining games of the 2019/20 season.
According to the former TN Stars football club coach, the flames rely on players who are in South Africa and their return to action is good news to him as it will help them be in shape so that they help the flames in the coming fixtures.
“The national teams rely on club players and we have a number of players in the South African league and as they will be returning on the ground it is a good thing and we hope they will regain football shape and will help the flames in its games,” he said.
The flames flag carriers in the PSL include striker Gabadinho Mhango (Orlando Pirates), defender Limbikani Mzamva (Highlands Park), Robert Ng’ambi (Black Leopards), Gerald Phiri Jnr and Richard Mbulu (Baroka FC) and the duo of Denis Chembezi and Khuda Muyaba at Polokwane City.
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