Kinnah Phiri, Young Chimodzi and Jack Chamangwana are yet to start work as regional coaches three months after their redeployment from the Flames.
Former Flames deputy coach Chimodzi on Wednesday said although he is reporting at the regional office in Lilongwe, he is still waiting for terms of reference.
“I am at the office waiting for direction on the terms of reference and other things such as where we will be reporting to. Nothing has changed on our perks. They maintained what we were getting when we were coaching the Flames,” he said.
On Tuesday, director of sports Jameson Ndalama said government hopes to finalise the work plans for the trio later this month.
“They received their job descriptions, but we want them to submit their work plans, explaining how they intend to go about their work. They are working hand in hand with Sports Council,” he said.
Ndalama also said the regional coaches would help grow football at grass-roots level while newly recruited district sports officers would take care of all sports disciplines.
“In most districts, they have started working. In two to three months, we expect to see a change in sports development. People have high expectations when it comes to sports and youth development,” Ndalama said.