Wanderers, Mzuni FC guilty

Super League of Malawi (SULOM) Disciplinary Committee has found both Mighty Be Forward Wanderers and Mzuni FC guilty following a fracas which led to the abandonment of their TNM super league match on November 4, 2017 at Balaka Stadium.

The verdict has been announced through a press statement following a disciplinary meeting which was held at Lilongwe hotel on 7th November, 2017.

The Committee ruled that the abandoned match between the two teams shall be replayed on a date to be fixed by SULOM.

The two Wanderers supporters namely Trouble and Njanji are banned from watching any TNM Super League match for the rest of the season for their involvement in the brawls and assault.

Joseph Kamwendo has been seriously warned for two TNM Super League matches while Vales Kamzere has been banned from the technical area and touch line for four TNM Super League matches for inciting violence and offensive behavior.

Wanderers has also been found guilty of failure to control the actions of their Supporters and has been fined K500, 000.00.

Both Beforward Wanderers FC and Mzuni FC have been charged K1, 000,000.00 each for bringing the league into disrepute.

Any party aggrieved with this determination has a right to appeal within 48 hours upon payment of the fees.

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