Malawi Does Not Want Me, I Will Serve Others - Kinnah Phiri

From Face of Malawi Wed Jan 16 2013, 03:05:01

Former Flames Coach Kinnah Phiri has said it is time to offer his services elsewhere, saying Malawi doesn't need his services anymore. His comment follows mounting speculation that Kinnah is likely to return to South Africa where he is regarded as one of the best coaches. "I have done my part and its time that [...]

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