One of the most followed football clubs in Malawi, Mighty Wanderers, who are now without a coach, say they are not desperate to find one and their fans should not panic about this.
The club's General Secretary David Kanyenda told The Weekend Times on Thursday that the club was happy and reliant on the services of a coaching panel of Felix Fosco and Albert Mpinganjira.
"We are not desperate for coaches because we know that we have vibrant Fosco and Mpinganjira who are currently taking care of our team. They should not be disturbed because they have major tasks ahead," said Kanyenda.
Since the firing of coach Frank Ndau following the club's poor results, there have been with reports of the club's possible links with coaches to take over the side. Leo Mpulula of Tigers FC and Yasin "Teacher" Osman the coaches are reportedly interesting the Lali Lubani Road outfit.
Football Association of Malawi's (Fam) president Walter Nyamilandu is also allegedly to have coaxed Blantyre United's Eliah Kanaji to take over as an Assistant Coach of Nomads in the event that Mpulula joined Wanderers. But Kanyenda said there was no need to dwell much on the other coaches when Fosco and Mpinganjira were competent enough.
"I can describe Fosco and Mpinganjira as the best assets that Wanderers Club has presently. Remember, a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush so we should not underrate the coaches taking care of the team right now," Kanyenda said.
Kanyenda added that the issue of Wanderers' next coach can be debated but no-one should panic.
"People should wait and see what will happen. The decision will come from us whether to hire services of other coaches or promote the current panel which is currently on assessment. I mean, we cannot just wake up one morning and dismiss them," said Kanyenda.
However, some readers on The Weekend Times on facebook have criticised Nomads for preferring Osman whenever there was a vacancy at the club.
"I do not understand how the club officials think sometimes. Why do they keep on going to Osman and we will soon that the coach has quit again," wrote one reader only identified as Kalondo while Kondwani Clement Chinele wrote "it's not necessary! The old man has done his part at Lali Lubani so let others bring in their new ideas."