Flames coach Ronny van Geneugden has said most of the pitches are in need of urgent attention as they are in bad state.
The coach said this when he watched some of the opening TNM Super League matches as well as training sessions for some teams.
“Some of the playing fields [especially for training] are not in good state for players to express themselves and be able to play a 100 percent passing game.
“The pitches need to be worked on so that players are able to play a free-flowing game because, as it is, it is difficult,” he said.
The Flames mentor also embarked on interactions with clubs coaches and among them was Blantyre United’s Leo Mpulula.
“He came to watch our training and gave me tips on what we should do in line with his mission to introduce Malawi’s own playing style.
“It was an eye-opener and slowly we will be imparting it to the players,” said Mpulula.
On his interaction with coaches, RVG said: “I hope we can interact more so that we can come up with a common goal. It is not only about me. It’s a combination of their vision and my vision and then come up with something.”