The fate of Malawi national team manager Clement Kafwafwa and goalkeepers’ trainer Swadick Sanudi will be decided on August 6, Football Association of Malawi (FAM) technical and youth subcommittee has said.
FAM vice-president James Mwenda led sub-committee last month recommended against renewing contracts of Flames coach Ernest Mtawali and his assistant Nsazurwimo Ramadan.
However, the committee did not resolve the future of the technical team members.
In an interview yesterday, Mwenda said his team will decide their fate early next month.
“FAM executive committee will meet on August 6 and after that, the subcommittee will meet to decide whether to retain their services or not,” he said.
Mwenda said the supporting technical panel members’ performances will be assessed thoroughly before a decision is made.
Kafwafwa, a former Flames defender, was recruited as team manager last year after a technical panel shake-up that saw Young Chimodzi replaced by Mtawali as head coach.
Sanudi was appointed in September last year, to replace fellow former national team goalkeeper Phillip Nyasulu.
Mwenda said Sanudi and Kafwafwa are not on contracts.
Kafwafwa says he would like to continue as team manager.
“I discharged my duties well and to the best of my abilities. I would love to continue working in my role.”
Under Mtawali, Malawi failed to progress to the next round of the World Cup qualifiers, the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations finals and was kicked out of the Cosafa Cup in the group stages.n