Malawi super league giants Nyasa Big Bullets FC could be in fresh for pitch invasion.
This follows the behavior by some of its fans who invaded into the pitch after their 1-nil victory over Azam Tigers in the Carlsberg Cup on Thursday at Kamuzu Stadium.
Bullets’ Mussa Manyenje scored in the 86th minute to send his team into the last eight of the competition. The fans invaded the pitch soon after new club chairman Noel Lipipa drove onto the field to congratulate his players.
This left FAM officials with no choice but to take some pictures that will bring forth evidence once everything is settled.
The supporters were seen arguing with FAM officials who were busy taking pictures when Lipipa was being introduced to the players and supporters who were dancing outside the fence.
One of the officials from the association who was inside the pitch after the final whistle was heard saying: “This is another pitch invasion crime. You seem don’t understand that pitch invasion is not allowed in football”.
Last week, Bullets was charged by the Fa for the same crime after their fans climbed the fence at Civo Stadium and invaded the pitch following their 4-3 victory over Moyale Barracks in the finals of the Presidential Cup last month.