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BLANTYRE: Dumbfounded by Malawians’ inability to draw similarities from the Malawi national team’s style of play and that of FC Barcelona, a top dog of the football association of Malawi, says he is strongly considering to extend RVG’s contract in a bid to give Malawians “time to get it.” The FAM official has argued that extending the embattled Belgian maestro’s contract is the only way frustrated Flames diehards will appreciate the nitty gritty improvement that the Flames have registered since the Belgian’s appointment.
“Football is an art. And like most precious pieces of art, it takes time for uncultured eyes to recognize progress,” explained a concerned dog.
“If you were to show the Mona Lisa to a random chap from Bembeke, it would take ages for him to appreciate the quality behind it. This is why I think it is important that we extend RVG’s contract so that the boo boys can have ample time to appreciate the nuanced improvement that the Flames have undergone in recent years.
“The boo boys ridiculed my comparison between the Flames and FC Barcelona. But it was a reference to the FC Barcelona from 1999/00 to 2003/04. Like the Flames at the moment, Barca won nothing during that period. Hah! The joke is on you haters,” reasoned the FAM top official.
Responding to the rumours of extending RVG’s contract, celebrated Flames legend, Mphito Konyetiwa has expressed full support for Nyamilandu’s plan.
“First of all, government should erect a statue of RVG outside BNS. Second, it’s extremely important that before Nyamilandu steps down next as FAM president, he should extend RVG’s contract. Not only that, for continuity of the progress the Flames have made under RVG, he should also ensure that Mponda takes over from RVG afterward. Malawians will love it.
“Malawians need to learn to give credit where credit is due. Losing 2-1 away against France and holding Herve Renard’s Morocco at home are results that we all need to be proud of. To think that France are the current world champions, this is unprecedented progress on the Flames’ part,” lamented Konyetiwa.
Mphito Konyetiwa concluded his talk by supporting the proposition to extend RVG’s contract.