His predecessor Ernest Mtawali won four games out of eight, with three losses and a draw.
Ronny Van Geneudgen’s has only managed to register a single win, three losses and three goalless draws in his first seven games in charge of the Malawi Senior National team.
His first game in charge was a goalless draw to Kenya in a friendly match before registering back to back defeats to Madagascar in the 2018 African Nations Championship.
From there, he won 1-nil against Comoros Island in the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifier before losing 2-nil to Tanzania in the ongoing Cosafa Castle Cup in South Africa.
After defeat to the Taifa Stars, RVG saw his men playing goalless draws to Mauritius and Angola before being booted out of the tournament without even scoring an offside goal.
However, his predecessor started his reign as Flames coach on a high note.
He beat Uganda during the independence day celebrations before being held to a 2-all draw by Swaziland in Afcon qualifiers.
From there, he went to Guinea where his charges played to a goalless draw before losing 2-1 at home to the same team.
He then travelled to Zimbabwe where he was mauled 4-nil before beating Angola 3-nil in the 2016 Cosafa Castle Cup but failed to progress to the quarterfinals as he lost 1-nil to Lesotho.
However, his reign came to an end soon after returning from the Cosafa tournament due to his team’s poor run of form.
Mtawali’ was using a very youthful squad from the Under 20 he coached in 2015 before being promoted to the senior team.