Malawi National Football Team interim coach Meke Mwase has released a 28 member squad to go into camp ahead of the first leg of the 2020 CHAN qualifier away to Eswatini on the 20th of April before playing the return leg on 4th of May at the Kamuzu Stadium.
The team will be camping at Mpira Village in Blantyre and will start on Tuesday 9th April.
Mwase was named interim coach for the Flames in Saturday April 6 after Football Association of Malawi (FAM) decided not to extend the contract of Belgian tactician Ronny Vanny Geneuden following the teams poor run of results.
The following is the list of local players called into camp for the qualifiers as CHAN is only for players in the domestic leagues.
Ernest Kakhobwe – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Richard Chipuwa – Be Forward Wanderers Football Club
Rabson Chiyenda – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Brighton Munthali – Silver Strikers
Stanley Sanudi – Be Forward Wanderers
John Lanjesi – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Peter Cholopi – Be Forward Wanderers
Gomezgani Chirwa – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Denis Chembezi – Be Forward Wanderers
Trevor Kalema – Silver Strikers Football Club
Yamikani Fodya – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Charles Petro – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Chikoti Chirwa – Red Lions Football Club
Alfred Manyozo – Be Forward Wanderers
Singa Simeon – Be Forward Wanderers
Mike Mkwate – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Micium Mhone – Blue Eagles Football Club
Felix Zulu – Be Forward Wanderers
Chimwemwe Idana – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Peter Banda – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Stain Davie – TN Stars Football Club
Khuda Muyaba – Silver Strikers Football Club
Schumacher Kuwali – Blue Eagles Football Club
Chiukepo Msowoya – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Patrick phiri – Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club
Gastin Simukonda – Moyale Barracks Football Club
Zicco Nkanda – Be Forward Wanderers
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My name is Blessings Mpando from Lilongwe district born in December 1994. I am a Christian and a member of CCAP. I grew up in Lilongwe and completed my secondary education in 2010 before going on to complete my diploma in journalism at the Polytechnic Continuing Centre.