Chiwembe Technical Centre will be fully operational for Flames’ residential training camps by October this year, Football Association of Malawi (FAM) facility manager Casper Jangale has said.
Jangale said this when he was asked why the national soccer team was accommodated at Shire Highlands Hotel ahead of tomorrow’s friendly match against Zambia in preparation for 2015 Cosafa Cup.
For almost two weeks, the Flames have been lodging at Shire Highlands not Chiwembe, where lodging facilities such as hostels and restaurant
are also in existence.
He, however, clarified that the accommodating of the Flames at the hotel was because the rooms at Chiwembe were occupied by delegates of the CAF A License coaching training.
“At present, we have 24 rooms for accommodation and we are to work on the remaining 11 rooms,” said Jangale.