TNM Super League outfit Blue Eagles Fc is set to be without some of its key players during the early months of the 2020/2021 football season as they have been shortlisted for Police training.
Good Samaritans have come to the rescue of Chitipa United by paying a 2.5 million Kwacha deficit on duty-fee for a bus that club was failing to clear with the Malawi Revenue Authority.
Silver Strikers say they expect to spend at least forty million Kwacha renewing players’ contracts and extending those that are about to expire.
Silver Strikers FC and Blue Eagles FC have decided against appealing the verdict given by Football Association of Malawi following the violence that erupted during their FISD challenge cup semi-final match on November 23 2019 at Civo Stadium.
Blue Eagles FC has reported Mighty Be-forward Wanderers to SULOM and FAM for player tapping after the Lali Lubani Boys signed midfielder Vitumbiko Kumwenda as a free agent.
Football Association of Malawi has hailed the move by FIFA to draw up plans to tap its cash reserve and create an emergency fund to support football industry which has been heavily hit by coronavirus pandemic.