By Ameenu Shardow
Malawi have already started looking at options to replace James Sangala who is suspended for the return 2013 Nations Cup qualifier against Ghana.
The 26-year-old was sent off after receiving his second yellow card late on in the first leg encounter last Saturday in Accra.
Sangala’s defensive partner Moses Chavula admits to the massive loss but says the team will come up with the right replacement for the second leg match to be played next month in Blantyre.
“Sangala is a very good defender and we will miss him but am sure we will find the right replacement for the game in Malawi,” Chavula said.
Malawi must overturn a 2-0 deficit suffered in the first leg to pip Ghana to one of the 15 qualification slots for the finals to be hosted in South Africa early next year.