Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan’s one-month contract with the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) as Flames caretaker coach ended on Saturday September 10.
The Burundian, who was previously an assistant to former coach Ernest Mtawali, was hired to oversee the last 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier against Swaziland’s Sihlangu played on September 4 in Blantyre which Flames won 1-0.
FAM general secretary Suzgo Nyirenda confirmed the expiry of Ramadhan’s contract, saying the association’s technical sub-committee will meet later this month to determine way forward and make recommendations to FAM executive committee.
Nyirenda said so far, about 60 coaches (55 foreigners and five locals) have enquired about the vacant Flames job.
On his part, Ramadhan said: “I knew that I only had a month to the expiry of my contract as Flames coach. Now that my contract is over, I have no plans as I am free at home,” Ramadhan said.