Be Forward Wanderers FC were as of yesterday still weighing options on who will temporarily fill the position of head coach following Eddie Ng’onamo’s trip to Denmark.
N’gonamo left for Denmark yesterday where he will spend a month on attachments at some lower league teams.
He will also conduct and attend coaching courses and seminars.
His assistant Elia Kananji cannot fill his position as he does not have the required CAF B coaching licence.
Nomads team manager Stevie Madeira yesterday said they were still waiting for direction from the team’s management.
“As at now I cannot say anything because I am waiting to hear from the general secretary [GS] Mike Butao on the way forward,” he said.
Butao said he would revert later.
Two months ago, the Nomads were forced to cancel their decision to appoint Kananji as head coach after Football Association of Malawi (FAM) general secretary Suzgo Nyirenda warned them of the repercussions as per the club licensing system (CLS).
Commenting on his trip, Ng’onamo said among the clubs that he will be attached to is AIK 65.
“I will also be the only African to attend an international seminar. Besides that, I will conduct coaching clinics,” he said.
N’gonamo thanked former Flames coach Kim Splidsboel for sponsoring his trip.
“This is my 13th trip to Denmark and over the years, I have acquired knowledge and I owe it to him,” he said. n