The former Blue Eagles play maker only lasted less than 20 minutes into the pitch when he came in as the second half substitute during Malawi’s 3-nil defeat to Zimbabwe on Sunday.
But when Flames Coach Enerst Mtawali substituted him for Muhamad Sulumba, Micium Mhone reacted angrily by refusing a handshake with his team-mate in front of Mtawali himself.
Mhone, whose form has deteriorated ever since he made a switch to South Africa’s Jomo Cosmos, immediately took to his Facebook wall where posted a message in a form of a poster to show his anger on Mtawali’s led Technical Panel.
“They act as if they wish me well but inside their minds they are not”. “So I act like i believe them,” reacted angrily Mhone.
This is the second player from the team to have refused a handshake upon substitution, with Gabadinho Mhango doing the same a year ago under Young Chimodzi during Malawi’s 3-2 victory over Ethiopia at Kamuzu Stadium.
However, Mtawali is yet to comment on the matter.
The Flames were roasted by the Warriors to completely dash their hopes of making it to Gabon next year.
The Flames will proceed to Namibia for Cosafa Castle Senior Challenge Cup where they will play Angola in their opening game.