Mighty Wanderers have named ex Malawi national football team vice coach as its mentor, subsequently replacing Elia Kananji who has no minimum requirement for local coaches in the Super League which is the CAF B license.
Last month, Malawi24 reported that Kananji was likely to fall victim to the requirements after football authorities said that mentors without the sought qualifications will not be allowed to coach teams in the season to start in two months time.
Chamangwana had previously been at Nomads and the national team before he got chopped alongside his colleague Young Chimodzi as the Flames succumbed to a poor run of form.
The Nomads roped Chamangwana in November last year as technical director replacing Yasin Osman who had bid farewell at the Lali Lubani side.
Ahead of the new season, the Nomads camp are rumored to chip in Japanese player Genk Nakamura, thanks to their sponsors Be Forward.
They have also been joined by Peter Wadabwa from Silver Strikers.
The Nomads held executive and supporters committee polls last week.