As one way of strategizing Malawian football, the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has announced that the minimum requirement for local coaches in the Super League is CAF B license.
General Secretary for the association Suzgo Nyirenda confirmed the development to the local media saying this will start in the upcoming season.
“We are doing this in order to improve the level of our football as such, every Super League club will have to hire a coach with a Caf B license.”
“This development will start in the upcoming season. Football standards in the country needs to improve and this is another step towards achieving that,” said Nyirenda.
One of the coaches to be affected is Mighty Wanderers mentor Eliya Kananji who was demoted at Big Bullets for not possessing the said license.
The strategies by the Fa are in the line with Club Licensing which will be implemented before the start of the new soccer season.