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TEARS AS MWASE IS FIRED, MARINICA NOW HEAD COACH

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Flames Coach Meck Mwase has been relieved of his duties and FAM resolved to appoint Technical Director Mario Marinica as the Head Coach of the Malawi Men’s National Football.

Marincia will cease to be the Technical Director and will sign a new contract for his new role in due course. Among others Marinica will choose his own backroom staff.

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