|Date of birth||October 30, 1954|
|Place of birth||Blantyre, Malawi|
|Jwaneng Galaxy (Head coach)|
|2007–2008||Free State Stars|
|2014||Free State Stars|
|2014–2015||Free State Stars|
|2017||Mochudi Centre Chiefs|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Born in Blantyre, Kinnah began playing football for local side Big Bullets F.C., and in 1982 was offered a contract by UAE club Sharjah SC He was not allowed to leave the country, but he moved to Swaziland to play for Manzini Wanderers where he would finish his playing career.
Phiri was the inspiration behind the Malawi national football team's finest hours in the late 1970s when Malawi twice won the East and Central Africa Challenge Cup. He scored 71 goals in 115 games.
- Bakili Bullets, Malawi (Head coach)
- Free State Stars, South African Premier Soccer League (Head coach)
- Malawi U-23 (Head coach)
- Malawi (Head coach)
- "Malawi football back on the map". Africa News. 25 November 2008. Archived from the original on 2 December 2008.
- Andrews, Crispin (3 April 2017). "The 12 players who've scored more international goals than Cristiano Ronaldo". FourFourTwo.
- Kinnah promises Malawians race to Angola will go right down to the wire
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