With just a few days before the start of the Super league, the only stadium that hosts northern region teams, the Mzuzu Stadium has been declared not fit to host games in the new season.
Recently, part of the fence at Mzuzu Stadium succumbed to a heavy downpour that hit the city
Sulom General Secretary, Williams Banda, on Monday confirmed that the league wants Mzuzu City Council (MCC) to complete the construction of perimeter wall panels that were demolished as part of the renovations at the facility.
The stadium is set to be the home ground for Moyale Barracks FC and Mzuzu University (Mzuni) FC during the upcoming Super League season.
This is also one of the dilemmas ahead of the start of the league.
There are concerns over club licensing and for the 16th team in the league as a standoff on playoffs involving Dedza Young Soccer, Airborne Rangers and Wizards F.C remains tight.
While some reports state that Dedza have made it clear they will not take part in the playoffs, it remains unknown if Wizards will be given the nod to be back in the league having won the first playoff match against Airborne.
Sulom maintains the league is starting on Saturday and with no haunting problems, which they say they are sorting out.