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Malawi football has in the recent past faced a dwindling decline from failure to qualify for the second round of the World Cup to finishing last in the group phase of the Nation’s cup Gabon 2017.

According to soccer pundit Allan Ntata, soccer in Malawi is in a life support, he says that if no bold step is taken to revive it then it will be as well dead altogether.

The Malawian FA tends to stick to old ways of managing things and are reluctant to try out new things, a tendency more common in Malawi.

Malawi’s failure in football in recent times is not just the players or selection but the governance itself, it can also not to be blamed on one person, Walter Nyamilandu.

According to one soccer analyst,the Malawian FA needs to improve first the league, The Super league and automatically the National team will start performing, every team should have it’s own stadium, football academy, training ground and be able to pay players, he added.

Instead of making noise and shouting at the National team when it loses, it’s time to be innovative and come up with new and radical so

They have witnessed a lacklustre performance even in the cosafa cup where they were eliminated in the preliminaries

They have had mixed reactions from the coaching department with majority calling for the sacking of Ernest Mtawali after his low performance for the national team.

When it comes to club participation in

Solutions to help improve soccer in the country.

When it comes to the league, disorganization in the management of the league and negative business are one of the cardinal reasons why supersport declined to show the Malawian top tier league. According to supersport, Malawi is one of the country’s that least support them

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