Twelve Super League teams banned

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Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has suspended twelve Super League teams from all football related activities for failing to submit club licensing documents.

Confirming the development, FAM’s Transfer System Manager, Casper Jangale, said out of 15 teams only three teams have submitted their papers.

“Out of all 15 Super League teams only three have managed to submit their club licensing documents and have only minor problems that we will guide them what to do,” said Jangale.

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Silver (in sky blue) and Nomads have both been banned.

Jangale further revealed that the teams that have managed are Mighty Be Forward Wanderers FC, Silver Strikers FC and Zomba based soldiers, Red Lions FC.

The Transfer System Manager has made it clear that the remaining 12 teams have been suspended for 840 hours thus a period of two weeks in which they should not take part in any football related activities.

“These teams have been suspended from all football related activities for 14 days,” insisted Jangale.

This means that the suspended teams will not be able to play friendly games, participate in bonanzas, and transact with any team or player about player transfers.

Teams that have been suspended are: Nyasa Big Bullets, Civo United, Epac, Dwangwa United, Chilumba Barracks, Mzuni, Moyale Barracks, Mafco, Kamuzu Barracks, Azam Tigers, Blue Eagles and Max Bullets.

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38 Comments

  1. Nde iti iti imeneyi A madzi nyamilandu ndi Fam yanuyo .Ban imeneyi ikutanthauza chiyani ? Simumapereka closing date .kapena mukupanga fund rising mwa chinsisi kufuna kuwabela ma team wo ?oky tava sitisewela season ino tione ngati mimbazo sizifota ndi maluzi

  2. Kkkkkkk wanisekesa we! Ku bana Bullets chomozimozi ndikubana mpira kumalawi, chabwino tamva league amenye atatuwo mwina mwayi wa Neba otengako league

  3. Kkkkkkk wanisekesa we! Ku bana Bullets chomozimozi ndikubana mpira kumalawi, chabwino tamva league amenye atatuwo mwina mwayi wa Neba otengako league

  4. Kkkkkkk wanisekesa we! Ku bana Bullets chomozimozi ndikubana mpira kumalawi, chabwino tamva league amenye atatuwo mwina mwayi wa Neba otengako league

  5. Qoute ya pa picture mukulemba zina, paragraph yoyamba pansi pa picture mukulembanso zosemphana,,, ifeyo timve ziti pamenepa?? Malawi24 kumalemba nkhani mwanzeru

  6. kkkkkkkk ndiye mwati Neba yoso Amubrocker!!!???kkkkkk ndiye Sulumba lake latengaiyeyu apanga nalo chani?? kkkkkk satangolibweza ku BT United ko.

  7. Kkkkkkkk gulani ma phone abwino muzitsegula ma link. Ena mukufunsa zoti zili pomwepa koma simukuona. This ban is for 14 days. Ena mwa ma team omwe awabana ndi my team ‘Bullets,’ Epac, KB, Moyale, Chilumba, Mzuni., Civo….ndiye musamangotokota zili pomwepa bvuto ndi inuyo kuumila mumafuna internet koma phone ndi 3310.

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  9. Fam is stupid together with walter ife tonse atipanga ban titati sitiseweranso mu super league tione ayike ambwiyawo mu ligimo zitsiru za anthu what kind of licence u talking about ngakhale licence ya galimoto it lasts for years why licence ya team valid for one year, one day we will chase u out of those offices with AK47

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