Looks lie Walter was forced to fire Kinnah. There seems to be some political pressure here.
If Walter believes that even Mourinho cannot improve Flames performance, why fire Kinnah then? Who is he going to replace Kinnah with? Kapena Sir Al;ex Ferguson—09 99 923 464.
Though the coaching panel has been fire, bringing yet another coach will not change anything. Govt has to fund FAM as well making football as a career—08 81 914 282.
FAM should resign unconditionally because this is a scapegoat. Do not victimise people because they cannot defend themselves, God is watching, let us wait and see if the change will bring the intended results and I am asking Northerners not to participate in national team. Let the team be copromised of Central and South—08 88 284 6065
Firing of Kinnah is very unfortunate. This proves that regionalism is at its work. Imagine, FAM proposing Young to be caretaker yet he was in the same failed coaching panel and at one point Kinnah complained that he was letting him down.
FAM/Govt to be blamed and not Kinnah because you cannot expect a team to perform without financial support. If it were an expatriate, it would have been something else—08 88 660 720
Those who played with Kinnah at no allowance how many are assisting the game today? Firing him is not the answer, but increase funding for more games. Kinnah is patriotic, govt did not give funding for him to deliver. Previously, we saw govt funding to even incompetent foreign coaches—09 99 512 350.
How can FAM sack Kinnah and the team when their contrcts are with govt. This will be another costly decision—09 99 822 447.
Coach is not the problem to our team, but preparations… did we expect to win against Ghana when the team camped for four days only? I do not see any good thing ahead of our team, with this kind of preparation. We need to invest a lot in the national team if we want to do well—08 88 346 429.
Kinnah Phiri is a great man and has done a great job. Apatseni mpata azungu because Malawian coaches alephera, kapena achina Patrick Mabedi—08 88 009 803.