MPs get tough on football coach Kinnah Phiri and his team

From Face of Malawi Fri Nov 30 2012, 08:43:13

The Flames' technical panel, led by Kinnah Phiri, must count itself lucky for winning the game against Eritrea on Thursday as Malawi's Minister of Youth and Sports declared on Thursday that results of the next two games at the ongoing Cecafa tournament will determine the panel's future. The national team's continued mediocre performance was the [...]

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