Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has resolved the leadership impasse at Lali Lubani after they held a meeting with the team’s board of trustees.
The impasse started when some section of Nomads supporters resolved to replace the current main executive and supporters committee with an interim committee following the team’s poor run of form in the Super League.
But according to a statement made available to Malawi24, an agreement has been reached between Sulom and Wanderers to allow the current executive committee to finish their term until the Annual General Meeting (AGM) to meet soon after the end of the 2015 season.
In a letter released on Wednesday, 25 November 2015, Sulom general secretary Williams Banda confirmed that the situation at Lali Lubani is back to normal.
“We write to advise that following the meeting between Super League of Malawi and Be Forward Wanderers on the impasse that was there the following has been agreed: That the incumbent executive committee led by Mr George Chamangwana complete their tenure of office.”
“The current committee should prepare and present reports at the AGM. Audited accounts and a copy of their statutes should be submitted to Sulom to preside over elections,” said Banda in the statement.
He also disclosed that Sulom has demanded the team’s constitution as per rules and regulations of the new statutes that were adopted during the body’s AGM a fortnight ago in Lilongwe.
Wanderers are on position 8 in the league and have just managed a single win in 9 second round games.
The Nomads had a very successful campaign in the Carlsberg Cup in which they managed to beat sworn rivals Big Bullets during a cup final in Lilongwe but failed to win the Standard Bank Knockout Cup after succumbing to a 1-0 defeat to Civo Service United last month.